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Hope you guys’ Tuesday is going well. Here’s this week’s links – what’s going on in neuroblastoma.
Kids – Why We Fight
Make-a-Wish (who once informed us they couldn’t grant a wish for Ezra til he was 3 since “a 2 year old can’t make a wish”) set up a pretty fun 6th birthday for Oliver Emerson, who is battling stage 4 neuroblastoma. He was picked up in a limo, brought to the Grand Rapids Toy ‘R’ Us, and given a shopping spree with his guide as Geoffrey the giraffe! MLive.com
We mentioned Olivia Downie was trying to get to Mexico a couple weeks back. She made it – but devastatingly, the treatment has failed. Her parents are trying to get her home to Scotland now, but the drs in Mexico will not allow her to fly as she is too ill. This brings back painful memories of our month with Ezra in Orlando – our prayers are with you, Olivia, and your family. DailyRecord.co.uk
3 years cancer free, Colin Sanders was diagnosed with stage 4 nb at the age of 14 months. This year he’s running in the Children’s Hospital Miracle Mile – a series of events that hopes to raise over $50k for Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. WDEF.com
After raising £500,000 to bring her to the US for treatment, Sadie’s parent announced this week she’s passed. Doctors found more tumors here in the states, and the cancer progressed. Though we never knew her, we’ll miss her. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. Yorkpress.co.uk
Non-Profits / Events / News
After finshing their Shop4aCure program, the Matthew Bittker Foundation was able to give $50,000 towards research into treatment of neuroblastoma patients. The gift was matched from Garden Fresh Salsa of Ferndale, Michigan – making a total of $100,000 given! OurMidland.com
Results warrant a further look, as Enzon finishes a phase I trial checking for dosing sizes and viability. Drugs.com
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