Senior Ashley Dado Featured as Children's Mercy Opens New Clinic for Survivors of Childhood Cancer
Nov. 10, 2014
Senior Ashley Dado survived stage four brain cancer, receiving treatment at Children’s Mercy Hospital. As child survivors of cancer mature they often have to change doctors and hospitals, resulting in less continuity of care. Now Dado is featured in Fox 4’s story on a clinic CMH just opened for survivors of childhood cancer. Dado is a kinesiology major from Overland Park, Kansas.
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