Cancer Patients Celebrate Their Lives at Prom

It's that time of year again: the spring prom. Usually it marks the end of a school year, but for 75 young people -- some barely toddlers -- there is a prom of a different sort in New York each year. It's a much needed celebration for children fighting cancer. Click here to submit a message of hope for young patients fighting cancer. Natalia Harris, who is 12 and battling bone cancer, eagerly anticipated the big event. "I didn't go to my sixth-grade prom. I didn't have one, so I'm happy,"...Full Story
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