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News Coverage

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Danny Duffy

Kansas City Star – For Pete’s Sake article

KMBC9 Danny Duffy Pledges Money to Noah’s Bandage Project for Strikeouts

Kansas City Star – MLB article

KCTV 5 – Royals’ Danny Duffy Giving Back to Kansas City

Kansas City Star – Sports MLB article

KCTV 5 – Royals’ Danny Duffy Giving Back to Kansas City video #2

Other Fund Raisers

KMBC 9 – Campaign Raises Money for Noah’s Bandage Project

30 Events on Four Continents in Six Weeks: FireMon Hits the Road

Early Coverage of Bandage Project

FoxNews.com 7/7/14 – 6 Year Old Cancer Patient Starts Colorful Bandage Collection for Sick Children

People.com Article

Kansas City Star

Fox 4 KC – Granted a World Series Wish Family Uses Fundraiser Money to Buy Tickets for Others

CBS Evening News – A Young Cancer Patient with a World Series Dream

ABC News Neighbor Raises Cash to Send a Royals Fan to World Series

Bleacher Report – Joe Torre Treats 6-year-old Cancer Patient with Ticket to 2014 World Series

Huffington Post – Noah Wilson Cancer Baseball World Series

KCTV 5 – Little Boy Battling Cancer to Get VIP Treatment for World Series

KMBC 9 Facebook – Patient Gets to See World Series Thanks to Friends & Joe Torre

KMBC 9 – Young Cancer Patient to See World Series  Game Thanks to Joe Torre

Young Royals Fan Celebrates 7th Birthday at the World Series

Fox Sports – Ryan Zimmerman – Royals Fan Raise Money for Cancer Stricken Boy to go World Series Game 2 :

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NY Daily News – Neighbor Sends Young Royals Fan Battling Cancer to the World Series

Joe Torre talking about Noah

Perez Hilton 10/21/14 – Noah Wilson Baseball Team World Series (Sweet/Cute)

CBC Canada – Cancer Stricken Boy, 6 Gets World Series Tickets

ABC News – World Series Game Two Cancer Patient Story

KMBC 9 – Young Fan with Cancer will get Royals Treatment at World Series

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