The Cancer and Blood Diseases Center at Valley Children’s Hospital sees more than 120 new patients diagnosed with cancer each year. One of those patients, 5-year-old Naima Gutierrez, was this year’s ambassador for Kids Day, the annual March fundraiser for the hospital. Naima, who has been cancer-free for three years, stands with her parents Pablo, left, and Jessica Gutierrez as she sell Kids Day papers at Celebrity Corner on Blackstone and Shaw avenues.
The Cancer and Blood Diseases Center at Valley Children’s Hospital sees more than 120 new patients diagnosed with cancer each year. One of those patients, 5-year-old Naima Gutierrez, was this year’s ambassador for Kids Day, the annual March fundraiser for the hospital. Naima, who has been cancer-free for three years, stands with her parents Pablo, left, and Jessica Gutierrez as she sell Kids Day papers at Celebrity Corner on Blackstone and Shaw avenues. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file
The Cancer and Blood Diseases Center at Valley Children’s Hospital sees more than 120 new patients diagnosed with cancer each year. One of those patients, 5-year-old Naima Gutierrez, was this year’s ambassador for Kids Day, the annual March fundraiser for the hospital. Naima, who has been cancer-free for three years, stands with her parents Pablo, left, and Jessica Gutierrez as she sell Kids Day papers at Celebrity Corner on Blackstone and Shaw avenues. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file

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