Tag: retinoblastoma

For this 4-year-old girl, it’s a world of hope after she beats cancer

September 2011

Emma was a princess for a day. She sat in her sparkly princess dress at the Bippity Boppity Boutique while Cinderella styled her hair and painted her nails. The royal treatment was in preparation for Cinderella’s Royal Dinner and Ball, where she would dance with Prince Charming. It wasn’t a fairytale. The 4-year-old, cancer survivor […]

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Lovely Lions

June 2011

Emma is 3-years-old and she has retinoblastoma. As a result, her right eye has been removed and replaced with a prosthetic; she has very limited vision in her left eye. Emma’s wish is to visit Disney World, so I’m reaching out to her local community for funding. The Lions Club made a very generous donation […]

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Liberty has her Own Playground!

March 2010

Suffered through 6 months of chemotherapy Just two years ago, Liberty was diagnosed with having Retinoblastoma, which is a rapidly progressive cancer of the eye. Her parents could see something was wrong with her eye, so they took her to the emergency room where she was given an MRI. It was then that her doctors […]

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Kids Wish Network is a charitable organization dedicated to infusing hope, creating happy memories, and improving the quality of life for children having experienced life-altering situations. Kids Wish Network assists children and their families through several key programs.