In this Q-and-A, Lauren Aslanian, who was diagnosed at age 15 with Stage 3B Anaplastic Large-Cell Lymphoma, talks about the support she received from CHOC and the Richard C. and Virginia A. Hunsaker Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology (AYA) Child Life Program, which is solely supported through philanthropy.
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Over the years, Carol has had a front-row seat to the technological advances taking place within pediatric nursing, but now, her legacy lives beyond that.
After four years of chemotherapy and radiation, Danielle went into remission and has stayed there ever since. But that didn’t end her relationship with CHOC. In fact, it was just the beginning.
Mark and Cindy Chandik wanted to make a difference in the lives of children needing mental health services.They both agreed that the way they could make the most impact would be through a planned gift to CHOC Children’s Foundation.