Over 50 Cases of Childhood Cancer in Johnson County, IN since 2010, Yet the State Department of Health Says There Is No Cluster?

We have been reporting for sometime now about the growing epidemic of childhood cancer in Johnson County, IN and our work there to help the community get answers.  Now the State Department of Health says there is no childhood cancer cluster.  Sadly, it is becoming more apparent that a strong grass roots effort is needed, […]

Laurel Bay Childhood Cancer Cluster

Laurel Bay Childhood Cancer Cluster

Another community is falling victim to a childhood cancer cluster.  We are working diligently to get Trevor’s Law implemented so we can get to the bottom of so many cancer clusters.  For the full article Click Here

Toxic Tap Water is Ubiquitous

Toxic Tap Water is Ubiquitous

Finding toxins and other harmful chemicals in tap water is common practice anymore. One of many reasons why the passage of TSCA Reform and Trevor’s Law was so crucial, so we can pinpoint these toxic bullies and stop them from threatening the health and wellbeing of our children and communities.  Click Here to read about […]

Shop for a Cause and Give the Gift of Healthy Skin!

Shop for a Cause and Give the Gift of Healthy Skin!

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 13 million workers in the United States are potentially exposed to chemicals that can be absorbed through the skin.  This is a frightening statistic, and does not even include the skin care products that we willingly lather on our skin that, unknown to us, can […]

GMO Free Oregon begins gathering signatures for GMO labeling ballot initiative

  May 22, 2014 (NaturalNews) An Oregon group opposed to genetically modified foods has begun gathering signatures for a statewide ballot measure in November that would require labeling of ingredients for all such products sold in the state.The measure, if successful, would mirror Vermont’s recently passed legislation requiring that GMO foods be labeled, though that […]

Over the Edge for brain cancer research wraps up

The ‘Over the Edge’ event for brain cancer research wrapped up this weekend in San Diego.  It has been an incredible experience for us.  We made many great friends and connected with old ones.  Team McGraw powered by Trevor’s Trek exceeded their fundraising goal with a total of $23,477 raised for brain cancer research.  We […]

Whole Foods Market 5% Day Benefiting Trevor’s Trek Foundation

No words can describe how devastating a diagnosis of cancer is on a child and their family.  While most kids go to bed at night thinking about the big test coming up in class the next day, or how well they are going to perform in their next athletic event; kids with cancer think about […]

Environmental Issues and Health Care Costs

When schools are built on toxic land, students will fall behind.  When people in rural, low income communities get sick they typically go to the emergency room, driving up health care costs.  Many think that we cannot focus on environmental issues and improve our economy, when in hindsight it is the opposite.  We must focus […]

EPA Assessing Possible Salem Cancer Cluster

The Associated Press SALEM, Ore. — The Environmental Protection Agency held a meeting Tuesday in Salem to update the public on a preliminary assessment of four sites in west Salem connected to five cases of rare bone cancer. The four are West Salem High School, Walker Middle School, a park and a ball field. KATU […]

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