Young Leukemia Patient Finds Joy in Art
The Children’s Art Project (CAP) at MD Anderson has produced wonderful cards and gifts over the years to fund patient-focused programs, but the effect it has had on its pediatric artists is a gift in itself.
Leukemia survivor Carrington Marzett, 17, has found great comfort and healing by creating art for CAP and participating in CAP-funded activities, says her father Steve Marzett.
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