The Bulldogger

The beads in this picture represent everything Darin went through while having cancer treatment. Each bead represents something different. Red is blood transfusions, white is hospital stays and yellow is chemo. There are different beads for radiation, scans, blood draws and out patient stays that arent in that specific string of beads.

Go gold for children

September is childhood cancer awareness month
Natalie Deardoff, Sports Editor October 18, 2021

  Diagnosed with Neuroblastoma at the age of eight, Darin Neben has been fighting for his life for the past seven years. Even when he goes into remission, he still has to fight to keep the cancer...

The Girard family gathers around a table in celebration of Abbey’s 13th Birthday on Nov. 20, 2016.

Comeback from cancer

Abbey Girard's journey through diagnosis, treatment and recovery
Morgan Fischer, Social Media Editor and Advertising Editor October 26, 2018

Unexpected. Unexplainable. Unanticipated. All of these are words you could use to describe unfortunate events. You may assume nothing bad is going to happen in your seemingly safeguarded life. It's difficult...

Nothing for Granted

Nothing for Granted

Phoenix VanCura, Staff Writer November 4, 2016

Hearing that someone you know or love has been diagnosed with cancer is heartbreaking. You hope that they’ll get better and their sickness won’t take the best of them. But what about the people who...

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