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  • Sarah Watts

    Hope for Alexis on GoFundMe - $50,236 raised by 1,165 people in 5 months.Wow so amazing this girls story!

  • Brooke Ross

    Hope for Alexis on GoFundMe - $10,975 raised by 255 people in 5 months. The link below goes to a story on nbc news. http://www.nbcnews.com/health/obese-starving-girl-12-denied-weight-loss-surgery-rare-illness-2D11803240

  • Charm Ping

    Hope for Alexis on GoFundMe - $86,857 raised by 2,125 people in 11 months.

  • Jessica Blanks

    This girl has a life threatening condition that is causing her to eat herself to death as a result of a surgery to remove a benign brain tumor. The military won't pay for the only thing that might save her - gastric bypass surgery - because she's under 18. Please donate so her family can pay for this surgery on their own. Thank you!

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This entire family was shot execution style by a family member. The girl on the far left LIVED after being shot in the head. She was released from the hospital today, but will need more surgeries. Please donate if you can to help with funeral expenses for the other 6, and also to help Cassidy's medical bills!

Brain Tumor Awareness. A good friend of mine passed away because he had a brain tumor :-/ This info is valuable.

Please please go donate whatever you can even $5 to help this sweet girl and her family out! Just think of how quickly we can reach this goal if everyone who sees this just donated what they would pay for their cup of coffee tomorrow! Aiding Aida on GoFundMe

A spirited, red-headed girl named Violet who died at age 11 from an inoperable brainstem tumor is the inspiration behind “Project Violet" launched by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The project is led by Violet’s doctor, Jim Olson, M.D., Ph.D., a pediatric brain cancer specialist & the inventor of Tumor Paint. Olson & colleagues aim to speed drug discovery using scaffolds from nature & crowdfunding. More on Project Violet: www.projectviolet...

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#HAAwards - Trailblazer Nominee - Sarah is one of the most caring, supportive people in Health Advocacy. She works to connect patients & health technology professionals & create meaningful interactions. She doesn't work solely with just her disease community, but supports every chronic patient out there. She always seems to be one step ahead in finding new health advancements and developing ideas to improve patient communities by utilizing technology - but never fails to keep the humanity in it.