Read story and watch video online UNION TRIBUNE - December 22, 2016 - by Allison Sampite-Montecalvo Six-year-old Eliana Feliciano was diagnosed with cancer last year on Christmas Day. On Thursday, after finishing her year-long treatment, she was the first patient to ring the new survivor bell at Rady Children’s Hospital. The bell gives children (read more)
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2017 marks the 10th anniversary for Loving Tabs Healing Shirts. Loving Tabs are specially designed shirts that enable medical providers to administer chemotherapy and other medications into the permanent chest “cath port” through an open-close shoulder panel, without having to lift or remove the patient’s garment. This simple, yet innovative solution increases patient comfort (read more)
September 11, 2015 – CBS 8 San Diego (read more)
July 13, 2015 - The Desert Review by Michelle Smith "This is more than a foundation. It’s more like a calling. A real passion.” – Richard Nares of The Emilio Nares Foundation San Diego resident Richard Nares believes he is walking in his life’s calling; and because of his dedication to this calling, the lives (read more)
ENF would like to give thanks to the D.W. Hearst Jr. Foundation for their generous gift of $50,000 to support our programs and services. These funds directly impact low-income underprivileged families whose children have cancer. We will now be able to continue to help families who need a ride to their child’s cancer treatment, ensuring (read more)
April 21, 2015 – The Orange County Register (read more)
February 12, 2015 – ABC 7 (read more)