Hugs for Brady was recently featured on CureToday.com in an article and video about how the foundation is making a big impact on childhood cancer while many other oncology foundations and the government tend to fund adult cancers over pediatric cancers.
“I don’t think people understand that what a child goes through with cancer is exactly the same as what an adult goes through, except that they have less information and they are probably a lot more scared, even if they don’t always show it,” says Wells.
“We knew nothing about foundations or what to do, but we knew that one way or another, we had to make a difference,” says Wells. “We were going to spread awareness and let people know that kids get cancer, too. I’ve been shouting it from the rooftops ever since.”
The organization has raised over $1 million, and has helped fund multiple research projects and quality of life initiatives for children battling cancer.
CURE Today is a publication that helps those on the cancer journey understand their diagnosis, treatment options, and survivorship, while providing tools to cope during and after cancer-helping them live the life they aspire to.
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The Hugs for Brady Foundation would like to thank CureToday.com for featuring Sherrie’s story and supporting Hugs for Brady in the fight against pediatric cancer.
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