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Inspiring Women: Maya Thompson

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Maya and Woody Thompson on the Katie Couric Show

Katie Couric- October 25, 2012


Rock for Ronan: Couple Inspired by Taylor Swift's Song Seek to Turn World Gold

November 19, 2013


RESEARCHERS TO DEVELOP ALK-BASED IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR NEUROBLASTOMA

November 30, 2012


Cover Story Excerpt: Taylor Swift Crashes and Burns

Rolling Stone - October 12, 2012


Best September Singles: Swift, Kiwanuka, Kanye, Jay-Z

AZ Central - October 5, 2012


Taylor Swift's emotional performance of 'Ronan' leaves mother of young cancer victim Ronan Thompson in tears

Daily News - September 12, 2012


Taylor Swift honors memory of a Phoenix boy

AZ Central - September 11, 2012


Mother co-writes song about son with Taylor Swift

Fox 10 News - September 10, 2012


Valley mom opens up about Taylor Swift's song for her son, Ronan Thompson

ABC 15 - September 10, 2012


Mother co-writes song about son with Taylor Swift

Fox 10 News - September 10, 2012

FOX 10 News - Phoenix, AZ | KSAZ-TV


Taylor Swift Debuts 'Ronan' at Stand Up To Cancer Benefit

Rolling Stone - Saturday, September 8, 2012


Taylor Swift to debut song for cancer victim

MSN - Friday, September 7, 2012


RIP Ava Holder (2007-2012)

Monday, May 28 2012


The Ronan Thompson Foundation's 10 Days of Training Madness. 'Fight Like A Rockstar' to put an end to childhood cancer.

Monday, May 14 2012


Women Who Move the Valley 2012

AZ Foothills - January 2012


Maya Thompson: Turning loss of son into fight against childhood cancer

AZ Central - December 16, 2011


Awareness Part of Ronan Foundation

Arcadia News - November 11, 2011


WE KNOW who Taylor Swift Met...

AZ Foothills - October 2011


Valley Boy Headed to NY for Cancer Surgery

Channel 12 News: Phoenix – Oct 2010


About the Foundation

The Ronan Thompson Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to finding a cure for neuroblastoma, a form of childhood cancer. We are currently fundraising to create a world-class neuroblastoma research and care center dedicated to funding both traditional and non-traditional treatments to reduce the number of children affected by this disease and increase survival rates.

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