March 2012 – Hope for Henry Foundation

Month: March 2012

Batman dashcam video: Police video catches Batman traffic stop
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Batman dashcam video: Police video catches Batman traffic stop

See video of the traffic stop that started the Batman-mania…and delayed our favorite superhero’s arrival to the Hope for Henry Superhero Celebration at Georgetown University Hospital’s Lombardi Cancer Center. http://www.wjla.com/articles/2012/03/holy-dashcam-batman-police-release-video-of-caped-crusader-traffic-stop-74368.html

Hope for Henry Founders Honored as Harris’ Heroes on WJLA-TV
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Hope for Henry Founders Honored as Harris’ Heroes on WJLA-TV

Leon Harris, News Anchor of ABC’s WJLA-TV in Washington, DC honored Hope for Henry Founders Laurie Strongin and Allen Goldberg by naming them “Harris’ Heroes” for Hope for Henry’s success in giving local sick kids the best medicine – laughter. http://www.wjla.com/articles/2012/03/hope-for-henry-foundation-brings-cheer-to-local-hospitalized-children–74314.html

Kabam!… Zap!… Pow!…True Story of Batman Stopped by Police Revealed; Caped Crusader Was on His Way to Visit Hospitalized Children
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Kabam!… Zap!… Pow!…True Story of Batman Stopped by Police Revealed; Caped Crusader Was on His Way to Visit Hospitalized Children

While the news and speculation about Batman being pulled over by local Maryland county police has been extensively covered by national news outlets, the complete story of the Caped Crusader’s run-in with the law has not been known until now. Batman left his underground cave last Wednesday to travel to Georgetown Hospital in Washington, DC...

Mama Birds: Catherine Calhoun and Laurie Strongin on e-patients.net
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Mama Birds: Catherine Calhoun and Laurie Strongin on e-patients.net

Susannah Fox, Associate Director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project and e-patients.net blogger, interviewed patient advocates Catherine Calhoun and Hope for Henry Founder and Saving Henry Author Laurie Strongin about the social impact of the Internet on health and rare disease. http://e-patients.net/archives/2012/03/mama-birds-catherine-fairchild-calhoun-and-laurie-strongin.html