Help and Hope Happen Here

Ann Graham will talk about her battle with Osteosarcoma which she was diagnosed with at the very rare age of 43, and her MIB Agents non profit which is doing what it can to help kids who have been diagnosed with this form of pediatric cancer

June 07, 2021 Mark Levine Season 1 Episode 70
Help and Hope Happen Here
Ann Graham will talk about her battle with Osteosarcoma which she was diagnosed with at the very rare age of 43, and her MIB Agents non profit which is doing what it can to help kids who have been diagnosed with this form of pediatric cancer
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Help and Hope Happen Here
Ann Graham will talk about her battle with Osteosarcoma which she was diagnosed with at the very rare age of 43, and her MIB Agents non profit which is doing what it can to help kids who have been diagnosed with this form of pediatric cancer
Jun 07, 2021 Season 1 Episode 70
Mark Levine

When Ann Graham was training for a marathon at the age of 43, she developed pain in her leg which eventually was diagnosed as Osteosarcoma, a bone cancer which is normally found in adolescents and teenagers. 

Ann will tell the story of her recovery at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City, where she met the mother of Alyssa Divers, a young Osteosarcoma patient who was nearing the end of her life. Ann arranged to have Alyssa spend 3 days in NYC where she went to see a performance of the Rockettes, a performance of the Nutcracker, and spent time visiting the American Girl store.

Alyssa passed away just two weeks later and Ann has dedicated her life to helping as many Osteosarcoma patients as she can with her MIB Agents Non Profit which was officially started in 2016. 

Show Notes

When Ann Graham was training for a marathon at the age of 43, she developed pain in her leg which eventually was diagnosed as Osteosarcoma, a bone cancer which is normally found in adolescents and teenagers. 

Ann will tell the story of her recovery at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City, where she met the mother of Alyssa Divers, a young Osteosarcoma patient who was nearing the end of her life. Ann arranged to have Alyssa spend 3 days in NYC where she went to see a performance of the Rockettes, a performance of the Nutcracker, and spent time visiting the American Girl store.

Alyssa passed away just two weeks later and Ann has dedicated her life to helping as many Osteosarcoma patients as she can with her MIB Agents Non Profit which was officially started in 2016.