Press On Welcomes a Third Family to the Team

By Sarah Turner Davis · September 21, 2016

You’ve met the Chances and the Simkins, and now Press On is proud to announce that we are adding another family to the team: The Crawfords! Bob and Melanie Crawford’s daughter Hallie was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2011; the Crawfords and Simkins met while at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. You may know Bob as…

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GoPro for a Cause

By Sarah Turner Davis · June 30, 2016

Did you ever see the GoPro for a Cause video for Turner’s song “Possibilities,” recorded by Darius Rucker for St. Jude? Thanks GoPro, Darius Rucker, and St. Jude! Find the song on iTunes today!

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A Great Day at the Georgia Cancer Center

By Tara Simkins · June 14, 2016

Yesterday I had the pleasure of spending the day at the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University, touring the research labs and clinical trials units, and listening to updates from Drs. Ted Johnson and David Munn regarding the Phase I relapsed brain tumor immunotherapy trial using the drug indoximod, the arms of this trial, and…

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Today Show Now and Then

By Sarah Turner Davis · June 8, 2016

Did you miss the Today Show special on Possibilities last December? Here’s the video, and take a look at little Brennan on the Today Show back in November 2012! Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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Round 4 Continues

By Sarah Turner Davis · May 18, 2016

5/18/16:  We are in the middle of Round 4 Immunotherapy/Chemo this week.  The first 2 rounds were extremely rough, with flu like symptoms for 2 weeks.  Round 3 and 4 are much better andBurke continues to amaze us with his strength.  He is back to playing like a normal 4 year old now.  We will…

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Chemo Round 2

By Sarah Turner Davis · March 28, 2016

3/28/16:  Today we checked in to Scottish Rite for Burke’s 2nd round of a newer treatment for refractory (stubborn) neuroblastoma, Immunotherapy with 2 types of chemo.  Prior to this (and after the updates above) Burke had a Stem Cell Transplant during late November and early December (3.5 weeks inpatient).  It was a rough couple of…

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