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From left are: Arash Sepehri, Joel Neely, Allen Joiner, Austin LaSource, Lauren LaSource, Dr. Gail Megason, Director of the Children’s Cancer Center, Dr. Guy Giesecke, CEO of Children’s Hospital, and Brad Barker. All besides Drs. Megason and Giesecke are with the RyanMan Foundation.
From left are: Arash Sepehri, Joel Neely, Allen Joiner, Austin LaSource, Lauren LaSource, Dr. Gail Megason, Director of the Children’s Cancer Center, Dr. Guy Giesecke, CEO of Children’s Hospital, and Brad Barker. All besides Drs. Megason and Giesecke are with the RyanMan Foundation.
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 6:00 PM
Families with children fighting cancer will be provided some much-needed assistance thanks to a recent donation from the RyanMan Foundation to Batson Children’s Hospital. The Hospital received a $30,000 donation from the Foundation, a local group whose mission is to improve the quality of life for kids and their families as they battle childhood cancer in Mississippi. This year’s donation brings the total to $82,000 in three years.
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