Boy receives first cancer treatment trophy

Minnesota boy receives first cancer treatment trophy at Sanford from girls last wish

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  • The trophies come come from the Chloe’s Courage Fund which was created after it’s namesake, Chloe Fruth, was passing from cancer and made the last wish that other kids with cancer get the trophies that she so dearly loved.
  • “She got a trophy from her full-time nurse that took care of her in the hospital,” said Bruce Krabbenhoft, a director of Chloe’s Courage Fund and a friend of Chloe’s.
  • “Her last wish was to be able to give all the of the kids that have cancer and make it through their treatments a trophy.”
  • Braxton Beyer comleted the last of his treatments and rang out in celebration in front of all his loved ones.

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