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FLOW Foundation observes Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Hosts treat for paediatric cancer survivors at Bustamante Hospital
On Friday, September 23, the FLOW Foundation joined hands with the parents of childhood cancer survivors and representatives from the Bustamante Hospital for Children( BHC) to fête more than 30 young patients of the facility who are at different stages of their battle with childhood cancer. In observance of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month during September, the foundation made efforts to recognise and bring awareness to the plight faced by families stricken by the often life-changing diagnosis.
The group consisted of children who were either recovered or are currently undergoing treatment. their ages range from as young as nine months old to age 17.
Senior medical officer at the Bustamante Hospital for Children, Dr Michelle-Ann Richards- Dawson, applauded the FLOW Foundation for their assistance, noting that the company is one of few that offers dedicated support for paediatric/childhood cancer.
"Words can't express how delighted we are for the assistance from the FLOW Foundation. You can feel the love and the care from the FLOW family and that's what I love about them," she shared. Richards-Dawson, in advising parents who may suspect unusual illness in their children, urged them to pursue the matter, noting that early detection is always best as it allows the patients to be treated as early as possible and facilitates a better outcome.
In 2015, the FLOW Foundation Paediatric Cancer Fund, created specifically for children being treated at the Bustamante Hospital for Children, was launched. The fund provides assistance for incidental items and private laboratory and radiological testing for families not able to afford them. The fund also assists with matters like transportation and accommodation for families who often have to travel long distances to seek treatment.
Continuing its observance of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the FLOW Foundation participated in an expo hosted by the BHC on Friday, September 30, on its grounds. 
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FLOW Foundation observes Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Hosts treat for paediatric cancer survivors at Bustamante Hospital

On Friday, September 23, the FLOW Foundation joined hands with the parents of childhood cancer survivors and representatives from the Bustamante Hospital for Children( BHC) to fête more than 30 young patients of the facility who are at different stages of their battle with childhood cancer. In observance of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month during September, the foundation made efforts to recognise and bring awareness to the plight faced by families stricken by the often life-changing diagnosis.
The group consisted of children who were either recovered or are currently undergoing treatment. their ages range from as young as nine months old to age 17.
Senior medical officer at the Bustamante Hospital for Children, Dr Michelle-Ann Richards- Dawson, applauded the FLOW Foundation for their assistance, noting that the company is one of few that offers dedicated support for paediatric/childhood cancer.
"Words can't express how delighted we are for the assistance from the FLOW Foundation. You can feel the love and the care from the FLOW family and that's what I love about them," she shared. Richards-Dawson, in advising parents who may suspect unusual illness in their children, urged them to pursue the matter, noting that early detection is always best as it allows the patients to be treated as early as possible and facilitates a better outcome.
In 2015, the FLOW Foundation Paediatric Cancer Fund, created specifically for children being treated at the Bustamante Hospital for Children, was launched. The fund provides assistance for incidental items and private laboratory and radiological testing for families not able to afford them. The fund also assists with matters like transportation and accommodation for families who often have to travel long distances to seek treatment.
Continuing its observance of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the FLOW Foundation participated in an expo hosted by the BHC on Friday, September 30, on its grounds.