Tag Archives: The Nicholas Conor Institute

“Normal”

From my 11 year-old grandson’s perspective, he (Conor) has always had a somewhat “normal” childhood. He lives in sunny California, enjoys, and is good in school.  He loves mountain biking and surfboarding  with his father. He’s become a real cool, cotton-topped … Continue reading

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Motivated

I wish I never heard of The Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2) or of its members I know by their first names and their home States – Joe (Virginia), Tom (Pennsylvania) and Donna (Virginia).  I wish I only knew Michael … Continue reading

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