Family continues fight against cancer after losing daughter - ConnectAmarillo.com
The family of 12-year-old Carla Contreras is continuing the fight against cancer after their daughter was taken from them in February.
Perez said her daughter wanted to help other children with cancer, so that's exactly what she plans to do. Perez and her family joined 60 other pediatric cancer patients for a day at Wonderland Park. The Texas Tech Health Sciences Center hosts the event once a year, along with Panhandle Angels, the Outdoor Adventure Foundation and Circle of Friends.
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