Q & A with Anthony

Categories: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Patient Families
Last year, more than 100,000 patients from across the region came to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center for world-class care. Nearly 2,500 of them visited the Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders—patients like Anthony Reynoso. Meet Jennifer Avelo and her son Anthony, who was diagnosed with ependymoma, a brain tumor, in 2011 and relapsed in 2013 …

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Q & A with The David Family

Categories: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Patient Families
Last year, more than 100,000 patients from across the region came to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center for world-class care. Nearly 2,500 of them visited the Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders—patient families like Gavin David’s. Meet Lindsey and Neil David and their 4-year-old son Gavin, who was diagnosed with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2017. …

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Extra Life Gamers Help Sick Kids Heal

Categories: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Events
Play games. Heal kids. While playing games may seem like an unlikely way to heal children, that’s what tens of thousands of people of all ages are doing as part of the growing Extra Life gaming culture to support patient care at local children’s hospitals. In Connecticut, $114,979.06 has been raised this year through board …

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Why Abby “PJs” for Kids with Cancer

Categories: Cancer & Blood Disorders, Events, Patient Families
When thousands of students across the state wear their PJs to school on Friday, Dec. 14, in support of children undergoing cancer treatment at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Abby Zittoun will be among them. Abby, the 7-year-old daughter of Dan and Gwen Zittoun of Simsbury, will be wearing her pajamas to class in support of …

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Mitchell Subaru “Shares the Love” with Connecticut Children’s

Categories: Cause Related Marketing Partnerships
Surbaru’s tagline is “Love. It’s what makes a Subaru, a Subaru.” This year, Mitchell Subaru in Canton is once again showing that love by supporting Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and the kids we care by selecting the Medical Center as one of the charities of choice for the “Share the Love” Campaign. Kids like Olivia …

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