The White House Lit Up Gold For National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

The White House Lit Up Gold For National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Washington, Sep 25 (TNA) Amid a hectic schedule of hosting the QUAD leaders and one on one engagements with the prime ministers of India, Japan and Australia, US President Joe Biden on Friday took out time to talk on Childhood Cancer Awareness, a topic close to his heart.

IN a tweet he shared the picture of the White House “lit up gold” for National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. He furtehr wrote: The fight against cancer is personal for my family - like it is for millions of others. “As president, I ‘ll continue to invest in critical research and care to end cancer as we know it”.

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM) is recognized every September by childhood cancer organizations around the world. With a goal to increase awareness and raise funds for those affected by childhood cancer, the American Childhood Cancer Organization encourages everyone to Go Gold® during September in honor and in memory of kids with cancer!

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