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Door County couple sets up fund to help pediatric cancer patients' families

10:50 AM, Nov. 7, 2013
Dave Krause of Hewitt, left, looks on as his wife, Becky Krause, hugs his father, Werner Krause of Ellison Bay, after he surprised them with the announcement of the Krause Family Pediatric Cancer Angel Fund at the Marshfield Clinic on Wednesday. Dave and Becky Krause's 5-year-old son, Will, is in remission after being diagnosed with leukemia.
Dave Krause of Hewitt, left, looks on as his wife, Becky Krause, hugs his father, Werner Krause of Ellison Bay, after he surprised them with the announcement of the Krause Family Pediatric Cancer Angel Fund at the Marshfield Clinic on Wednesday. Dave and Becky Krause's 5-year-old son, Will, is in remission after being diagnosed with leukemia.
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Bills can pile up quickly after a child is diagnosed with cancer. Parents of many pediatric cancer patients are forced to choose between paying rent or for their child's prescription medication, between gas to drive to their child's next appointment or the heat bill.

"Anyone in any spectrum of life can be subject to this, and the need to help them is obvious," said Werner Krause of Door County, who announced his family's decision to establish the Krause Family Pediatric Cancer Angel Fund on Wednesday at Marshfield Clinic.

Krause's grandson, Will Krause, 5, of Hewitt, was diagnosed with ...

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