If you ask Patti Foulon if life is good, she’ll respond with a resounding yes, but that doesn’t mean it’s always been easy.

Patti was 24 and only two years into her marriage with Bob when he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. Four years later, Bob was gone and, at age 28, Patti was facing life as a widow. At the same time, Patti’s mother was also diagnosed with cancer. Unlike Bob, Margaret lived to beat cancer twice and passed away a few years ago at the age of 83.

“Mom lived a good long life,” says Patti, “but Bob, he was too young to die. You know what they say though, out of some bad, comes some good. Bob taught me how to be strong for other families facing cancer. There’s been a lot of cancer in my family and that’s what fuels my passion for Kids Cancer Care.”...

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