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Provide financial assistance to families to cover medical costs.
Provide ICEE Machines to Children's Hospitals
Provide pet therapy programs
Support cancer research
We are in the business of providing comfort, support, and hope but
We Need your help.
Ryan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia when he was 4 years old and endured 3 ½ years of intense chemotherapy including oral medication, IV infusions, shots in his thighs, spinal taps, blood transfusions, a blood clot, overnight hospital stays and physical therapy to stretch and strengthen his leg muscles after the damage chemo took on his body.In recovery, Ryan continued to work hard to fight the after-effects of chemo which can last for years after treatment.
Ryan took his last chemotherapy pill 7 years ago and we are so grateful that he is a happy and healthy teenager thriving as a freshman at Parkland High School with straight A’s and enjoying his love of ice hockey. He plays on the Parkland JV Ice Hockey team and for the Lehigh Valley Rebels travel team. He is an avid Philadelphia Flyer’s fan and has fun playing NHL Hockey on his Xbox with his friends.
For the countless families across the country that are impacted by childhood cancer, the prospect of medical breakthroughs is a ray of hope and the support of the community is a great source of solace. I have witnessed firsthand the enormous impact Angel 34 has had on the children and families who are grappling with the effects of childhood cancer. The advocacy and assistance provided by Angel 34 ensures families touched by childhood cancer know they are not alone.- Congressman Charlie Dent
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