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Maria H.

Hi Max! Excited to see you again in DC. You were such an inspiration last year to all the kids and families.

Gillian Ray

Max - you are a true champion for children's health. Everyone here at the Children's Hospital Association is thinking of you and wishing you a speedy recovery. Our force is with you!

Laurie Y

Max, in an article titled "Marvel Comics Creates Custom Super-Hero For Hearing-Impaired Boy," Meera Dolasia says "Martin Goodman who founded Marvel in 1939 had always aimed to create characters that... [gave] kids a message that the true superhero is one that can overcome any challenge and do something worthwhile in life." We're looking forward to your super hero recovery.

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Cheer for the All-Stars

  • Children's hospital patients and their families are traveling from across the U.S. for the Children's Hospital Association's Family Advocacy Day, July 23-25, 2012. They will tell Congress about the importance of children's health care coverage and health issues. This site will feature a different participating child each week until the event. Leave a comment and cheer on our All-Stars for children's health!

About Family Advocacy Day

  • In its eighth year, the Children's Hospital Association 2012 Family Advocacy Day brings patients from children's hospitals and their families to tell their stories to lawmakers on Captiol Hill. Find out more about Family Advocacy Day.

With All Our Might Policy Blog

  • Check out our health policy blog With All Our Might. To contribute a blog post as a 2012 Family Advocacy Day participant, please contact Justin Beland at 703-797-6063.

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