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- July 30, 2007
- Vol. 68
- No. 5
Kelsey Bohman's Toy Helps Seriously Ill Children Get Their Breath Back
MARSHMALLOW WARS: From their Glenwood Springs, Colo., home, Bohman and mom Pat created a launcher made from a 12-inch acrylic tube. Selling them for $8.75 apiece at fairs and on a Web site (www.kelseyskids.org), they've raised $19,000 for the hospital and donated 3,000 launchers to kids undergoing bone-marrow transplants. Tommie McHugh, the hospital's child-life specialist, says the launchers "totally rock—they serve a medical purpose but help emotionally and socially." Jessica Mussetter, 13, broke up her boring hospital stay by starting "marshmallow wars" with the nurses. "It was fun," she says, "but after doing it, I'd try the spirometer and get the ball to the top." Bohman, cancer-free at 18, also hopes the launchers send a message: "When I was in the hospital, it felt so good when someone brought me anything they had made. I wanted to do that for other kids."
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