Carilion Clinic Childrens Hospital Patient Featured on Kellogg's Cereal Boxes

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The story of Zac Foutz's battle with fungal meningitis will benefit Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals


Cave Spring High School football player Zac Foutz was the youngest of more than 700 patients nationwide who developed fungal meningitis after a contaminated steroid shot. He spent two weeks at Carilion Clinic Children's Hospital, and is still recovering. Zac's story will be featured on specially marked boxes of Kellogg's products sold at Food Lion grocery stores, and for every 4 boxes sold, Kellogg's will donate $1 to CMN.  Zac's story was featured on the cover of The Roanoke Timeslocal radio and all three network television stations. 



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