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Vilma Tarazona tells how she lost her son in 36 hours

Miami, Nov 22, 2015

Vilma Tarazona tells the story of Oliver’s loss in 36 hours as a result of leukemia, in a documentary by Aquí y Ahora, the weekly news magazine program of Univisión.

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Vilma Tarazona relata cómo perdió a su hijo en 36 horas

Miami, Nov 22, 2015:

Vilma relata la historia de la pérdida de Oliver en 36 horas a raíz de una fulminante leucemia, en un documental de Aquí y Ahora, la revista de noticias semanal de Univisión.

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Special Report: Cause for concern over childhood cancer clusters

FOX4, Nov 4, 2016

Childhood Cancer Clusters

Forever Strong, Forever Remembered

The Islander News, Feb 11, 2016:



Creating Meaning from the Unthinkable

Huffington Post, Feb 23, 2016:

OLIVER was only 12 years old, a standout in everything he did. His passion was soccer, so his performance as an elite-level goalie for his youth soccer team in Miami was no surprise. A good student in school, he also played the piano and baritone saxophone, was a compelling actor, was kind to his younger brother and his friends, and could make anyone laugh out loud. By Deborah J. Cornwall

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Team Walk for Oliver

Miami, Nov 7, 2015:

Over 200 of Oliver’s friends and their families joined a Light the Night Walk for leukemia and lymphoma sufferers at Bayfront Park, making us the largest of 156 teams. We were the third highest friends and family fundraiser and also sold 200 OFS Foundation t-shirts. Thank you so much for remembering and honoring Oliver – and promoting awareness of our Mission to identify pediatric cancer causes.


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