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Unfortunately it seems as though everyone has been affected by cancer in one way shape or form. Whether we know someone, have lost someone, or are battling it right now, it’s there… without a cure. Chase Ringler and Cooper Cates are two little boys far too familiar with the disease. They’re survivors of Neuroblastoma: an aggressive pediatric cancer that started in their nerve tissue and spread in tumor form metastasizing through their little bodies. Fortunately, their cancer is in remission and minus the hearing aids and fading memories, these families are living fairly normal lives.
Everyone wonders what they can do or how one person can make a difference. Well, here’s your chance.
You can volunteer donations of time, money, and efforts to Chase After a Cure. All donations are sincerely appreciated and every penny goes directly to the MUSC Children’s Hospital Cancer Research Center.
Write up in the Post and Courier
I was able to take my camera inside the cancer research center at the MUSC Children’s Hospital and put together this video that was shown at the 3rd Annual Chase After A Cure Gala on February 19, 2011.