Miracle Monday: 9-year-old cancer patient writes song for oncologist

Writer: Paul Dolan
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A young boy just turned 9, but instead of singing Happy Birthday, he wrote a song for his favorite oncologist at Golisano Children’s Hospital.

Doctor MacArthur, or “Doctor Mac,” treats Logan Stryker for a rare osteosarcoma. Stryker was diagnosed with the illness in the Fall.

Since then, he’s helped raise nearly $4,000 to help other kids with cancer at Golisano Children’s Hospital.

The young third grader refuses to let cancer get him down.

He’s always finding ways to entertain the team of doctors and nurses around him. And because of that, Stryker is this week’s Miracle Monday.

WINK News will feature inspiring stories at Golisano Children’s Hospital, which is part of the Children’s Miracle Network, for Miracle Monday.

Any time you see the Children’s Miracle Network logo at a cash register your donation is helping to fund miracles.

All year long, 7-Eleven allows you to round up at the register to make miracles happen.

Click here to learn more about the Children’s Miracle Network.

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