Transcript for Dad and stepdaughter who battled cancer give back to team that cared for them
Finally tonight America strong. The father and daughter facing unimaginable challenge and still finding the way to say thank the last two years for Ryan Dwyer and his 12-year-old stepdaughter, violet, have not been easy. Both diagnosed with cancer, both going through chemo. Violet at Seattle children's hospital. Ryan at U.W. Medical center and Seattle cancer care alliance. Months later, violet and Ryan, now both back home and with encouraging news. Violet in remission, and Ryan is getting ready for a bone marrow transplant and remarkably tonight, both are thinking of others. Hi, David. This is violet and Ryan. Reporter: Father and daughter focused on the team that cared for them. I spend a lot of time in these hospitals, and I see the stress on the frontline workers. I see how well they handle it, and we appreciate it so much. Reporter: They wanted to pay it forward. We were looking for a way to give back to the people that actually had their hands on us physically every day, and we felt that a really good way to do that was through the gift of food. Reporter: They started fine dine front lines using dough nations to get meals to local hospitals, feeding the doctors, nurses, and hospital staff and helping restaurants too. Tonight they have delivered more than 5,100 meals to 14 hospitals raising $61,000. We appreciate all the nurses and frontline workers who risk themselves every day for us. Reporter: And tonight here. Hi, David. Reporter: The Seattle cancer care alliance, who treated Ryan, saying thank you. We want to thank our patient, Ryan Dwyer, from the bottom of our hearts for his generosity and for being so incredibly gracious and supporting all of us through these incredibly challenging times. And, Ryan, we're here to support you. All: Thank you! Violet and her Gas station, approaching... Can we make it on one tank?
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