One tough kid!

Chances are eight-year-old Naeshawn Jefferson has already spent more time in hospitals and doctors' offices than many adults. He's fighting neuroblastoma, the second most common tumor in children.  With new therapies available at Carilion Clinic Children's Hospital, his outlook is positive.  WSLS anchor Karen McNew recently spoke with Naeshawn and his doctor, Mandy Atkinsin, M.D.

 

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