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August 15, 2019

Humboldt High Senior Hits Homer Between Cancer Treatments, Gains a Famous Fan

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Ashlyn Clark’s first home run in high school came at just the right time: her softball team’s Senior Night. What made it even more special is that it came while Ashlyn is undergoing cancer treatment.

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Tags: Dr. Carola Arndt, Hodgkin's Lymphoma

February 15, 2018

8-Year-Old Survivor’s Message: ‘Cancer Is No Match for You’

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Lily Wilson was diagnosed with cancer when she was 15 months old. In the years since, she’s heard stories about the friends, family and even strangers who supported her. Now 8 and cancer-free, Lily is giving back to other “brave kids” facing cancer.

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Tags: Dr. Carola Arndt, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Rhabdomyosarcoma

February 1, 2018

Young Cancer Patient Heading to Super Bowl Thanks To Mayo, Hyundai Hope on Wheels

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When 12-year-old Sullivan McGuire came to Mayo Clinic in January for a four-month checkup, he wasn’t expecting to leave with two tickets to this year’s Super Bowl.

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Tags: Dr. Carola Arndt, Dr. Peter Rose, Osteosarcoma, rotationplasty

January 5, 2017

Cancer Took Joshua’s Leg, But Not His Smile

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You can’t help but be captivated by Joshua Adler’s smile. “The kid smiles all the time,” Joshua’s dad, Dave Adler, tells us. “He’s a pretty inspirational little boy.” After hearing Joshua’s story, we can’t help but agree. That story began early last year, when Joshua began experiencing pain in his right leg. The pain was […]

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Tags: Cancer, Dr. Carola Arndt, Dr. Peter Rose, Dr. Vilmarie Rodriguez

August 23, 2016

By Shaving Heads to Raise Money for Childhood Cancer Research, Volunteers Prove Bald Really Is Beautiful

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In 2011, 7-year-old Erik Sutter lost his hair. It was a side effect of the treatment he was receiving to fight acute lymphoblastic leukemia. By the following spring, his hair had grown back, but he decided to shave it off again. “Some of his classmates asked, ‘Why would you do that?'” says Erik’s mom, Helen. […]

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Tags: Childhood Cancer, Diane Mack, Dr. Carola Arndt

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