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Learn about the enactment of Trevor’s Law and what it means to our public health.
Trevor’s Trek Foundation (TTF) is committed to its mission to help facilitate research into the causes of childhood cancer and to develop the means to eradicate those causes. In 2016 National legislation was signed into law entitled Trevor’s Law to help pinpoint and eradicate predatory cancers caused by exposure to toxins in our environment.
We believe in creating healthy environments and fostering more awareness for those affected by childhood cancer. TTF has built, in Boise, Idaho, a Children’s Cancer Pavilion in Julia Davis Park. The combination of an online presence and a solid-ground meeting place gives cancer patients, their families, survivors and the general public an opportunity to join together to share and learn from each other’s experiences. TTF will continue to shine as a beacon of hope promoting the belief, “Positive actions are the beginning of positive results.
Trevor’s Trek has also launched our Childhood Cancer Cluster Buster Program. We are collecting data on childhood cancer cases throughout the country through our Community Impact Form and then mapping that data to further prove the need to implement Trevor’s Law and protect our children and communities from toxic predators.
News and information related to childhood cancer and environmental stories.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released their updated Cancer Cluster Guidelines for public comment. The public comment period will be open for
President Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Roundtable on Cancer and the Environment held on May 4, 2022 is now available to view and listen to at the