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After nine-year-old Valerie Goldstein lost her courageous fight against cancer in 1976, her parents Ed and Sue were determined to do something in her memory that would ease the burden of other families faced with the crisis of a sick child. They wanted Valerie’s courage to be memorialized in a meaningful way that would serve others in similar circumstances.
When Valerie became ill in the early 1970’s, there were no comprehensive care facilities for children with cancer and blood disorders in
The Valerie Fund was born in the Goldsteins'
In 1977, The Valerie Fund Children's Center at
Please visit http://www.suzannbgoldstein.com and learn more about her book Unexpected Lives
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"Every patient who goes through The Valerie Fund becomes a part of something much bigger." -Justin Festa