Cameron

Cameron

Before his first birthday, Rally Kid Cameron had already endured eight weeks in the NICU AND heart surgery to prepare a hole in his heart. He had eleven normal months alongside his twin brother, James, then began having extreme pain in his hip and eye. After a long...
Dreams Really Do Come True

Dreams Really Do Come True

Dreams Really Do Come True There’s an interesting oxymoron that we in the cancer community know well: you meet the best people under the worst possible circumstances. Though we see deep loss and sorrow as we advocate for children fighting cancer, we also see beautiful...
Amelia

Amelia

Amelia was 3 1/2 when what was originally thought to be pink-eye turned out to be retinoblastoma, a rare children’s cancer that begins in the eye. Within days, she was in surgery at Wills Eye Hospital to remove her right eye. She was fortunate not to need chemo or...
Monica

Monica

Monica is a beautiful 14-year-old girl who started high school in the fall. She’s been sick off and on since school started which truly isn’t like her, but her parents thought it was just due to being around new kids and new germs. By October, she complained about...
Evelyn

Evelyn

Evelyn, now 7, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at age 5. Through all of her treatment she has kept strong and faced every challenge with faith and a great smile! She has the unconditional support from her family. Evelyn finished treatment on April 23,...

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