Cancer is part of Caroline's story, help write the next chapter

As Caroline plots her life story, it is filled with science and dogs. But it mainly revolves around family. Whether she writes about playing with her twin sister, visiting her grandparents in Savannah, or building a house next to her mother, Caroline’s love of her family shines through.

Cancer is also part of her story. A few days after her first birthday, doctors discovered a brain tumor attached to Caroline’s optic nerve. Since that time, she has been through several variations of chemotherapy, brain surgery, and immunotherapy to keep it stable.

The type of research CURE is funding has an immediate impact on children,” said her father, Bob. “We can attest to that because Caroline has benefited from a clinical trial.

As Caroline plots her life story, it is filled with science and dogs. But it mainly revolves around family. Whether she writes about playing with her twin sister, visiting her grandparents in Savannah, or building a house next to her mother, Caroline’s love of her family shines through.

Cancer is also part of her story. A few days after her first birthday, doctors discovered a brain tumor attached to Caroline’s optic nerve. Since that time, she has been through several variations of chemotherapy, brain surgery, and immunotherapy to keep it stable.

The type of research CURE is funding has an immediate impact on children,” said her father, Bob. “We can attest to that because Caroline has benefited from a clinical trial.

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