Feature Video: Dr. Audrey Evans, A Woman Who Cares
In this short video–produced for Dr. Audrey Evans 90th birthday celebration and premiered during her event–see the life and career of Dr. Evans, a remarkable woman who pioneered children’s cancer research, founded the Ronald McDonald House for children’s families to stay nearby the hospital, and co-founded St. James School so that children in North Philadelphia would have a solid independent school education available to them.
The One About the Bunny
She was born in England, began a long career in pioneering cancer research at Boston Children’s Hospital, came to Philadelphia on invitation of C. Everett Koop (former US Surgeon General), changed the future of neuroblastoma at CHOP, opened the first Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia (over 300 worldwide today), an accomplished equestrian and avid traveler. Now she is committed to seeing that a life-changing education is available for those most in need.
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