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KidsCan! science camps team up with the Holt Foundation

The KidsCan! science camp was held at NC State University on October 20 through a collaboration between the Holt Foundation, Rex Hospital Cancer Center, and the Jimmy V - NCSU Cancer Therapeutics Training Program. The KidsCan! science camp was founded by Dr. John Cavanagh of NCSU Molecular and Structural Biochemistry as a way to teach kids about the science behind cancer and cancer treatments and help them better understand the process.


See the video from WRAL news here.