At the age of 7, Carter Samuel Martin faced cancer with determination and a smile. All who knew Carter adored him. During his 20-month battle with Ewing’s sarcoma bone cancer, he never once complained. Despite 14 cycles of protocol chemotherapy, Carter relapsed. He then began treatment with a more experimental form of therapy, hoping that a new combination of chemotherapy and radiation would rid his body of this intruder. There were no guarantees, only hope that the experimental drugs would lead to a cure. Before Carter lost his battle against cancer, he told his mother, “Cancer can’t take away love.’’ Carter envisioned a cure. With the support of the Carter Samuel Martin Innovative Therapy Research Fund, physicians at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta are committed to stopping childhood cancer. You can help make Carter’s vision a reality.