Charlotte Deel, 5, is introduced before a volleyball game at Apex Friendship High School in Apex Oct. 18. She was there as part of the team’s annual fundraiser event for Bob’s Buddies, which raises awareness and support for children with pediatric brain cancer. Charlotte has lived with a brain tumor her whole life, but after two years, the tumor is stable, meaning the tumor is no longer growing but it’s not in remission.
Charlotte Deel, 5, is introduced before a volleyball game at Apex Friendship High School in Apex Oct. 18. She was there as part of the team’s annual fundraiser event for Bob’s Buddies, which raises awareness and support for children with pediatric brain cancer. Charlotte has lived with a brain tumor her whole life, but after two years, the tumor is stable, meaning the tumor is no longer growing but it’s not in remission. Liz Condo newsobserver.com
Charlotte Deel, 5, is introduced before a volleyball game at Apex Friendship High School in Apex Oct. 18. She was there as part of the team’s annual fundraiser event for Bob’s Buddies, which raises awareness and support for children with pediatric brain cancer. Charlotte has lived with a brain tumor her whole life, but after two years, the tumor is stable, meaning the tumor is no longer growing but it’s not in remission. Liz Condo newsobserver.com

Apex Friendship teams up with Bob’s Buddies to support pediatric brain cancer families

October 26, 2016 03:00 PM

UPDATED October 26, 2016 05:10 PM

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