Oklahoma native Blake Shelton has established a pediatric cancer research program in his home state.
The Blake Shelton Cancer Research Program is in honor of his cousin, Aspen Van Horn, who was diagnosed with cancer at five months old.
Oklahoma native and country music star,@blakeshelton, establishes the Blake Shelton Cancer Research Program in honor of his cousin, Aspen Van Horn. You can support the research program here: https://t.co/IZ7XLrB7rO #blakeshelton #cancersucks #defeatchildhoodcancer pic.twitter.com/3bkbwT0tX0
— Childrens Hosp Found (@okchf) December 10, 2018
In 2016, Shelton donated $600,000 to Children's Hospital Foundation during a concert in Oklahoma City.
“We are so thankful for Blake’s support in defeating childhood cancer,” said Chip Keating, Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Board President. “We have what I would consider to be one of the top cancer centers in America here at our footsteps, providing the best care possible for our kids with cancer. This research program will help us further our mission to see more kids ring the bell, symbolizing the end of active treatment and the beginning of a life free of cancer.”
Click here to support the program.
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