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International Childhood Cancer Day

International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD) which was founded in 2002 by Childhood Cancer International (CCI) is celebrated around the world each year on February 15th. CCI – a global network of 171 member organizations in 88 countries including our member organization is committed to working with its international partners including the World Health Organization, SIOP, and others, towards the global goal of reducing childhood cancer mortality and the elimination of cancer-related pain and suffering. The Target Goal of the WHO Global Childhood Cancer Initiative is to eliminate all pain and suffering of children fighting cancer and achieve at least 60% survival for all children diagnosed with cancer around the world by 2030. This represents an approximate doubling of the current cure rate and will save an additional one million children’s lives over the next decade. On International Childhood Cancer Day, we stand united to make childhood cancer a national and global child health priority in support of the WHO Global Childhood Cancer Target Goals. ICCD 2019 campaign focuses on “No More Pain” and “No More Loss” for children with cancer and their families. To achieve this goal, governments, health care providers, industry, parent support groups and society at large must ensure the right to early and proper diagnosis; the right to access life-saving essential medicines; the right to appropriate and quality medical treatments, the right to treatment without pain and suffering and when a cure is not attainable, the right of the child to a pain-free death. The Haultail™ Family wanted to take the time on Feburary 15th to really speak out for childhood cancer, the families that are effects, and most importantly the strong boys and girls fighting cancer every day! Bring attention to this cause not only today but all year long! Join the fight for “No More Pain” and “No More Loss”!


Support Red Cross Month All of March

Each year, the president of the United States proclaims March “Red Cross Month.” We use this month as a chance to honor and celebrate the everyday heroes who help us fulfill our mission. This March, we encourage you to uncover your inner hero. Choose one or more of the options below. Be a hero today! read more

Brain Injury Awareness Month

The purpose of Brain Injury Awareness Month, in March, is to demonstrate the Defense Department’s commitment to traumatic brain injury, or TBI, awareness, and to educate and provide resources about brain injuries to service members, veterans, family members and health care professionals. More than 350,000 Service Members have sustained a Tramatic Brain Injurt since 2000. read more

National Cancer Prevention Month

February is National Cancer Prevention Month. The Haultail™ Team is happy to support the efforts of Cancer Prevention as well as share ways to prevent cancer! Research has shown that more than 40 percent of all cancers diagnosed and nearly half of all deaths from cancer in the United States can be attributed to preventable read more

World Cancer Day is February 4th

World Cancer Day is February 4th! No matter who you are, you have the bower to reduce the impact of cancer for yourself, the people you love and the world! Make a personal commitmnt with #IAmAndIWill. The World Cancer Day campaign for 2019 marks the launch of a 3-year “I Am And I Will” campaign read more

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Kicks off on January 28th and lasts until Febuary 19th! 2019 is the Year of the Pig! Preperations for the new year begin on January 28th and lasts until New Years Eve on Febuary 4th! This is known as the Little Year. When Chinese new Year officially begins on Febuary 5th and read more

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