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The goal of the Miracle at Manchester Foundation to connect every hospitalized child with their friends, family and school, enabling them to cope with the separation during long-term treatment for cancer.


The foundation was created by Brycen Newman who at age 15 was diagnosed with medulloblastoma – a very aggressive and fast-growing brain cancer. Brycen miraculous survived and now his passion to help other kids dealing with cancer is his top priority.


This year over 16,000 children and adolescents ages 0 to 19 will be diagnosed with cancer in the United States. Brycen explains that each of these kids will have several things in common, “Of course it’s dealing with the cancer and the treatments but the one thing so often overlooked is the boredom cancer patients endure during long hospitalization.”


That’s why the Miracle at Manchester Foundation has divided its efforts into three programs to help enrich the lives of children suffering from cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.  They call their programs the THREE C’s. COMPUTERS, CELEBRITIES & COMFORT.

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