The artist of this unique piece is Emery Banovich, older sister to young cancer survivor Greyson. Together they enjoy creating artwork that they hope can help raise funds to support other childhood cancer patients and their families.
Greyson was diagnosed with ganglioneuroblastoma at just three years old, and had to undergo a series of surgeries to remove the tumor near his spine.
NFCR-supported genomic research helped guide Greyson’s treatment approach and enabled him to live a relatively normal life now.
When you donate to receive this one-of-a-kind artwork by a childhood cancer survivor, your gift will help advance essential pediatric cancer treatments and diagnostics.
Watch to learn more about Greyson’s triumph over cancer: https://youtu.be/zWBGJdPS3ec.