Rock Band Imagine Dragons Wants to Help Families Facing Childhood Cancer — It All Started With the 16-Year-Old Fan Who Would Listen to The Band During Chemo

Published Oct 18, 2019

Rock Band Imagine Dragons Wants to Help Families Facing Childhood Cancer — It All Started With the 16-Year-Old Fan Who Would Listen to The Band During Chemo

Over 15,000 children are diagnosed with cancer in the U.S. each year, and their families often struggle to take on the added costs. Imagine Dragons started a foundation to help.

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