CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
When she was 13, she lost her friend to leukemia. Now, she’s honoring the girl’s legacy in the most touching way.
In 2020, when the global COVID-19 pandemic had spread and people were hunkered down, we all likely thought about things we could do to keep busy or entertain ourselves. That was no different for Reilly Cardella.
Rowan Price’s legacy lives on, funding groundbreaking childhood cancer research
ROANOKE, Va. – Research is underway to help children battling a rare, aggressive form of cancer, funded exclusively by money raised in memory of Rowan Price. This Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, you don’t have to go too far to find tributes in honor of Rowan. That’s what happened to Rowan and that’s what this research is trying to change by developing a groundbreaking test that’s 100-times more sensitive than what’s currently available. We want to save the next child, stand up to the cancer, fund research that will make a difference in a child’s life and a family’s life,” said Price. The Price family continues raising money to fund even more childhood cancer research.