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Don't forget $10 for your blinking sunglasses at Kissmas Bash 2013, once again supporting cancer research at Roswell Park. 

Roswell Park pilots heart-centered therapy program with pediatric patients

It’s Friday afternoon, and school is out. One would typically expect most teenagers to instantly race to the malls, or to the movies—not to a cancer hospital. But at Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI), a cheery, adolescent face brightens the medical scene.

Students in grades 9 - 12 are encouraged to enter the "It's Always Something" 4th Annual Teen Writing Contest presented by Gilda's Club WNY. All original entries should relate to your thoughts about cancer.

Pictured are (left to right): Dean Miller of The Steadfast Foundation, cancer survivors Kali Mordaunt and Kevin Garvey, III, and Dr. Lynda Beaupin.

Students in grades five through eight are invited to the first annual How Big is Your Heart Dance and Fun Night in support of Carly's Club.

Performing artists from Kissmas Bash 2010 – Miranda Cosgrove, Maroon 5, Neon Trees, Charice and Kevin Rudolf – show their support of Yroswell and Roswell Park Cancer Institute and encourage all young people to get connected and help create a world without cancer.