ACS CAN volunteers recently traveled to Washington, D.C., from across the nation to join more than 200 cancer patients, survivors and family members from 34 states and the District of Columbia for the 12th Annual Alliance for Childhood Cancer Action Days, a two-day event organized by the Alliance for Childhood Cancer, of which ACS CAN is a member
Local childhood cancer survivor advocates in D.C.
200 cancer patients, survivors and family members made the trip to the nation’s capital to urge lawmakers to fund childhood cancer programs. One of those voices and stories that will be heard is 13-year-old Maidsville, West Virginia resident, and childhood cancer survivor, Larkin Coker.
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