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Full-page ad for The Truth 365  as seen in Time Magazine:
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Video in NJTV

njtv2 “About 75 kids at Mountain Hill School unite for 4-year-old cancer fighter Natalie Gorsegner and all children battling pediatric cancer, hiking the hill behind their school to raise awareness and much needed funds for childhood cancer research.

Andrea Verdone Gorsegner, whose daughter Natalie, was diagnosed with high-risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia just before her third birthday. ” Read more

 

 
 

 
Article featured in iVillage

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“On August 16, 2012, my family’s world was turned upside down. That was the day I was told that my three-year-old daughter Natalie Grace has Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). Cancer…” Read more

 

 

 

Article featured in Yahoo! Shine

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August 16, 2012. It’s 9:30 a.m. and I’m driving across New York City trying to get to my office on 45th and 3rd while dialing my 3-year-old daughter Natalie’s pediatrician. Stopped at a red light in Times Square, I see the officer’s lights flip on behind me. Crap!” Read more

 

 

 

 

Article featured in YouBeauty

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“August 16, 2012. It’s 9:30 a.m. and I’m driving across New York City trying to get to my office on 45th and 3rd while dialing my 3-year-old daughter Natalie’s pediatrician. Stopped at a red light in Times Square, I see the officer’s lights flip on behind me. Crap! I quickly hang up the phone after having left a message. But it’s too late.” Read more

 
 

 

Article featured in Parents.com

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“It’s a horrible truth but, it’s nearly impossible not to be touched by cancer. My dear friend Betsy lost her sister to ovarian cancer. My high school classmate and friend, Tobi, is battling melanoma. My former colleague and friend Emily Kate Warren was diagnosed with thyroid cancer.”  Read more

 

 

 

 

Article featured in The Albright Reporter

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“Andrea Verdone ’99 and husband Dan Gorsegner had everything they had worked to achieve: two full-time jobs they enjoyed, their dream home in Rutherford, N.J. – the home they planned to retire in some day – and two beautiful daughters they adored, Hannah and Natalie.

What they didn’t have was time.” Read more

 

 

 

 

Article in Middletown Patch

Screen Shot 2014-04-19 at 2.42.11 PM “Natalie Grace Gorsegner has just completed an unbelievable third year in her young life. She was diagnosed with high-risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) on August 16, 2012 – just one month and 12 days before her third birthday. What should have been a year filled with a birthday celebration…” Read more

 

 

 

 

Article featured in BabyGizmo.com

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“This month, as we start preparing for Halloween and all of the other upcoming holidays, let’s take a minute to think about something much more important—childhood cancer. September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.” Read more

 

 

 

Article featured in S4ints and Sinn3rs

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On August 16, 2012, 3 year old, Natalie Grace Gorsegner, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia(ALL). Over the following four weeks, she received a number of chemo drugs, two bone marrow aspirations, four spinal taps and multiple IV drips. Despite a few scares…” Read more

 

 

 

Article featured in Good in Life

Screen Shot 2014-04-19 at 2.49.29 PM“Natalie Grace is almost 4 years old. She lives in New Jersey. She has a gorgeous smile. She is a little sister. She has cancer.
I learned about Natalie through posts on Facebook. She has a fundraiser page where she is trying to raise 50K for pediatric cancer research.” Read more

 

 

 

Article in NEGU.org

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“NEGU Gala, Erik Rees, Jessie’s daddy, spoke to courageous families caring for a child fighter cancer, “JoyJars are not the end, but the beginning of a relationship of love, support, and encouragement”. Building that special relationship with families affected by childhood cancer has been a goal…” Read more

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