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  • Our Patients. Their Stories. Renee BrandonOur Patients. Their Stories. Renee Brandon
    February 28

    CHaD patient Renee Brandon shares her story about being diagnosed and treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia by the specialists at Norris Cotton Cancer Center.

  • CHaD Matters is Now an eNewsletterCHaD Matters is Now an eNewsletter
    September 8

    CHaD Matters is now a quarterly eNewsletter. Signup today!

  • Jesse Ross: Hiking for CHaDJesse Ross: Hiking for CHaD
    June 18

    19-year-old Jesse Ross hiked the Appalachian Trail while raising money for CHaD.

  • A Community Preventing Gun SuicideA Community Preventing Gun Suicide
    February 11

    On a national level, more teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease COMBINED.

  • A Hero, an Ironman: The 14-year PromiseA Hero, an Ironman: The 14-year Promise
    November 25

    Joe Cerniglia was an unlikely hero. He will be the first one to tell you, before he met the kids at CHaD he was just a couch potato.

  • Flexibility and Freedom for PaxtonFlexibility and Freedom for Paxton
    October 20

    Paxton Williams is a happy, outspoken 10-year-old girl who likes playing games with her siblings. Paxton also has spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy, which affects all four of her limbs and her speech.