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EVG's Stand for Hope

Supporting Research for Pediatric Cancer

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Our Story

Meet Edie and Emily Gilger, a mother-daughter duo who fought neuroblastoma at the same time. During the past 7 years they have bravely fought and won their battle with Neuroblastoma.

This never would have been possible with out the support of Alex's Lemonade Stand.  ALSF funded the research that saved Edie and Emily's Life.

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In The News

One Small Step In the Fight Against Cancer — Just one small step in the fight against cancer can make a big difference to anyone who's been touched by the disease, which is why one treatment aimed at children is giving rise to cautious hope. Our Cover Story this morning is reported by Tracy Smith (Click for full article).

Pediatric Cancer: Miracles in Small Packages (Update) — Thanks to ongoing research, the ranks of children saved from once-fatal cancers are growing by the day. Tracy Smith has a progress report (Click for Full Article)


CHOP Doctor, 2 Of Her Patients Riding In Rose Parade —PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A pediatric oncologist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia will take a turn in the spotlight come January 2nd, when she rides a float in the Rose Parade in Pasadena. And she’ll have some company. (Click For Full Article)

Pediatric cancer: Miracles in small packages — Lexington resident Nick Gilger long remembers watching the annual Tournament of Roses Parade on TV each year before the Rose Bowl college football game in Pasadena, Calif. (Click For Full Article)

When Edie Gilger of Virginia was just 5 months old, she started experiencing a severe upset stomach and trouble sleeping.  In their gut, Edie’s parents knew this wasn’t just another trial and tribulation of having an infant and a series of tests confirmed their instinct. (Click For full Article)

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