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Major Donor for Kidz1stFund Receives Humanitarian Award

Major Donor for Kidz1stFund Receives Humanitarian Award

Jerry Haffey Sr., CEO and Founder of Ambrosia Treatment Center is the winner of the Humanitarian Award from the Harold and Carole Pump’s Cancer Foundation for his passionate and courageous work in the health field.
“Jerry became part of our network of reliable and generous friends two years ago,” expresses Dana Pump,

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FSU Coach Jimbo Fisher son Ethan’s fight with Fanconi anemia

FSU Coach Jimbo Fisher son Ethan’s fight with Fanconi anemia

 
1 in 130K children are affected by Fanconi anemia worldwide. When Ethan Fisher was diagnosed, Florida State Seminoles Football Head Coach Jimbo Fisher and Candi Fisher’s response was to “attack it like it attacks us.” They began a journey to fight the battle by founding Kidz1stFund, but none

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FSU Marching Chiefs Honor Coach Fisher’s Fight

FSU Marching Chiefs Honor Coach Fisher’s Fight

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – While Florida State University Head Football Coach Jimbo Fisher keeps Seminole Nation’s hopes high for another national championship this season, he continues to bring hope to another community – those living with Fanconi anemia (FA), a rare and incurable blood disorder affecting about 1 in 131,000 births

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FSU coach considered leaving after son’s diagnosis

TALLAHASSEE — Jimbo Fisher was at the top of his profession for one year when a family crisis had him thinking he may have to walk away from his dream job.
Fisher’s youngest son, Ethan, then six weeks shy of his 6th birthday, was diagnosed with a rare, life-threatening disease

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Rose Bowl Competitors Fight for Same Outcome – A Cure

PASADENA, Calif. – Reigning national college football champions, Florida State University (FSU) Seminoles will take on No. 2 Oregon (UO) Ducks in the Rose Bowl, Jan. 1, but the teams have a shared goal that trumps their quest for the 2015 College Football National Title – a cure against Fanconi anemia

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