"Camp Cavett is more so a safe haven for me. I'm sure I could speak for everyone on that. It's a get away from reality; A place where we can be our own person instead of trying to fit in. Camp is a place where you can openly share your testimony without judgement. Being able to make jokes and laugh about being bald or having horrific scars... Being able to connect with people that struggle with the same problems. It's rare to find people that understand about cancer but learning from others helps with emotional stress. It's not just a camp to us now... It's a family that loves you for you."
-Abby G., 17, Acute Myeloid Leukemia Survivor