There is no shortage of children's hospitals, charities and nonprofits, and public/private research institutions working to end childhood cancer. Yet it's still not enough. Each new case of childhood leukemia, lymphoma, or sarcoma involves multiple pediatricians, oncologists, the patient's immediate and extended families, friends, and caring strangers who have walked in the families' shoes. Everyone works to help the child, yet it's ultimately that child whose body will suffer from chemotherapy, recover from surgery, be poked and prodded, and hopefully heal. When that doesn't happen, it's unthinkable. When it does, it's a miracle.