Weathering the Storm Following A Neuroblastoma Diagnosis and Bone Marrow Transplant
When Roman was diagnosed with neuroblastoma at 18 months old, his mom says it felt like a typhoon and a tornado hitting them at the same time. Complete devastation and total helplessness. Now 13, read how Roman is overcoming challenges and focusing on the perfect career for him.
First March for Gold event aims to support children battling cancer
A brief summary of and link to a story on WLWT.com about the March for Gold walk supporting children with cancer like 4-year-old Taylor Grant.
Reds Opening Day, Welage Family Style
The tradition of Opening Day is a big deal in Cincinnati. The return of baseball is treated as a holiday and Reds fans celebrate accordingly. So when one local family
Cincinnati Family Inspires Hope for Still Family
Suzie Montgomery brought her son, Joel, who is a survivor of neuroblastoma, to the Cincinnati Bengals game on Thursday, Nov. 6, where a check for cancer research was presented to
Still Jersey Sales to Help Cancer Research at Cincinnati Children’s
Sales of Devon Still’s Cincinnati Bengals jersey have raised more than $1 million since his daughter Leah began her fight against neuroblastoma, and proceeds are being donated to Cincinnati Children’s Cancer and Blood
Still Jersey Money: We’ll Make Science Count for Kids with Cancer
Last night, I had the privilege of helping Cincinnati Children’s President and CEO, Michael Fisher, accept a check for more than 1.3 million dollars from the Cincinnati Bengals. This charitable
Surgery for Leah Still Takes Place; Cincinnati Children’s Doctor Explains the Type of Cancer
Surgery took place last week on four-year-old Leah Still, the daughter of Cincinnati Bengals’ lineman Devon Still. While the surgery occurred in Philadelphia, the local connection of the Still family
Bengals’ Devon Still Jersey Sales Benefit Cincinnati Children’s Pediatric Cancer Care and Research
Cincinnati Bengal Devon Still’s daughter, Leah, was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma cancer. To show support for his family, the team is selling Still’s jersey with 100 percent of the proceeds