Police officer grants dying woman’s wish to visit beach one last time
A New Jersey woman battling leukemia got her dying wish, thanks to a police officer who helped her enjoy the beach one last time. Patricia Kelly was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia back in December, just a few days after Christmas , and octors gave the Burlington City, New Jersey woman only
Police help fulfill dying woman's wish to see beach one last time
Pat Kelly, who was diagnosed with terminal acute leukemia, had a final wish to see the ocean, so the Ship Bottom Police Department escorted her to the shore in Long Beach Island, New Jersey.
Officer takes dying woman to beach to fulfill her last wish
A New Jersey police officer has helped a dying woman fulfill her final wish of going to the beach one last time
9-year-old with leukemia meets US soccer stars
Ashlyn Brysiak met Alex Morgan and the U.S. women's national soccer team in Washington, D.C.
9-year-old with leukemia gets wish to meet US soccer stars
Ashlyn Brysiak, 9, has played soccer her entire life. When she was diagnosed with leukemia last June, Ashlyn, of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, drew inspiration through countless rounds of chemotherapy and painful procedures from her heroes: the members of the U.S. women’s national soccer team. Alex
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Three living members of 2017 Hall of Fame class reflect on good times and bad
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Why Thousands of Low-Income Americans 'Donate' Their Blood Plasma: Part 5
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10-Year-Old Sells Baseball Cards to Raise Money for Friends With Cancer
A 10-year-old boy had been selling his collection of baseball cards to raise money for two friends who have been diagnosed with cancer. Brady Kahle of Springfield, Massachusetts, has sold over $13,000 in cards so far. The money will go toward medical bills for his buddies Landen Palatino and Ben