"We found a tumor." The worst four words a doctor can say to the parents of a seventeen-month-old. "Can Scarlett be okay?" "Yes. That's why I'm sending you to Dr. Cohn at the University of Chicago." One year later, Scarlett is cancer free, and has been since February of 2017. There aren't sufficient words to describe what the last year, the year of cancer, has been like for our family. We have cried, a lot. We have grown, a lot. We are stronger, much older, and more tired. But we know that we would not be here as a family of four without Dr. Susan Cohn, without the amazing team of oncologists, stem-cell transplant team, fantastic nurses, Child Life team, and amazing staff at the University of Chicago. It is impossible to live through this experience and not feel compelled to give back. If those that have gone through this before us hadn't given of themselves and raised money because of their experiences, Scarlett would not have gotten the type of treatment and amazing care that she has been receiving all year and continues to receive. If there is one thing I have learned over the last year, it's that, it is not enough to live just for yourself. We are all part of a greater community, the community of humanity, and we need to take care of each other. We all need to be the good in the world. We don't want Scarlett's battle with neuroblastoma to be in vain, let's turn it into something positive for the families that will face this challenge in the future.