The 2019 Radiothon benefits the kids and families who seek expert cancer care at Cincinnati Children’s. Specifically, your donation will help send children with cancer and blood diseases to a special camp designed to keep them safe and healthy. It’s where our patients, and a sibling, can connect with kids who face the same type of health challenges while participating in the classic summer sleep-away camp experience, all while receiving the medical care and emotional support of our cancer care providers.
Mary has been a patient of Cincinnati Children’s since she was 2 years old, and received more than 15 surgeries. Each summer she looks forward to Camp NJoyItAll, where she connects with others and celebrates the milestones she achieves.
When he was 11, Mitch was diagnosed with brain cancer. Some of his best childhood memories were made at Camp NJoyItAll with his twin brother. Mitch is still committed to helping kids with cancer have the same experiences he did by raising money to send kids to camp.
When Kelly was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor, he was one of the very first patients at Cincinnati Children’s to receive proton therapy – a precise, pencil-thin beam of radiation. Today he’s cancer-free and healthy because of the cutting-edge care he received.