Tali was a recipient of ICSN's help. Now she volunteers at ICSN's comfort corners in several oncology units.
“Without the assistance from the people at the Israel Cancer Support Network (ICSN), I don’t know where we would be."
The doctors said she’d die, but after 6 months in remission, 15 year old Batel is trying to look to the future.
ICSN has brought in a tutor to help their children with homework and to study for exams.
"Arale often volunteers to take me to and from my treatments, he patiently helps me down the steps to his car and treks up them after, supporting me the entire time.”
Little things, like someone driving you to and from the hospital, or even a cup of hot coffee, can make all the difference for a family battling with cancer.
The Israel Cancer Support Network helps families survive the worst.
Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/addendum/sponsored-posts/faces-of-icsn-tali-ayal-from-cancer-victim-to-icsn-volunteer/2017/12/19/
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