Health care providers at OHSU Doernbecher urge families to remove small magnetic toys from their homes due to health risk.
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In honor of her son who lost his battle with cancer, a Salem mother donates 700 boxes of Legos to OHSU Doernbecher patients.
Doernbecher is named among the nation’s best children’s hospitals for the 10th year in a row.
More than 100 golfers tee off at Ocean Dunes Golf Links to raise money for the Kiwanis Doernbecher Children’s Cancer Program.
WWE superstar Roman Reigns visits patients and families at Doernbecher.
A teen cancer survivor uses his Make-A-Wish “wish” to donate hundreds of stuffed animals, toys to OHSU Doernbecher. “I personally don't need anything. I already have a great family, and the fact I'm here right now is kind of all I need,” he says. “I hope for them [patients] to receive a teddy bear and have a heartwarming feeling of joy and happiness, even for the moment. It means a lot.”
17-year-old former Doernbecher patient hands out teddy bears to children receiving care on Doernbecher’s pediatric oncology unit.
Renaissance Public Academy students deliver goodie bags to children undergoing chemotherapy at OHSU Doernbecher.
Sandy High School senior raises nearly $1,000 for OHSU Doernbecher.
OHSU Doernbecher student-patients partake in a special event to celebrate the year-end completion of studies through the hospital school program
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