“After losing her daughter, Nora, to a rare brain cancer, Tiffany McConathy started a nonprofit foundation to provide funds for pediatric cancer research.
Princess Nora’s Warrior Foundation seeks to provide a voice advocating to make childhood cancer a national priority by funding pediatric cancer research and helping families who are dealing with pediatric cancer.
McConathy studied at University of Central Arkansas where she received a master’s degree in Nursing. She has worked in adult oncology, or the study of cancer, throughout her entire career in the medical field.
‘I thought there was no way that I would ever like it or stay up there, and it would just be a steppingstone to my next career,’ she said. ‘But I ended up falling in love with a patient who had colon cancer, and I never looked back.’ “
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