BUFFALO, NY - It has been a very long year for 2-year old Oliver Laub and his entire family. Last year, Oliver was diagnosed with Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumor or AT-RT, which is an extremely rare form of childhood brain cancer.
Oliver has undergone many procedures, surgery, radiation and other medical treatments. The little fighter is doing remarkably well right now. For his family, it has been a grueling year watching their baby fight, but through it all, little Oliver has smiled.
Frank Enders is so amazed and overwhelmed by the wonderful doctors, nurses and other therapists that have treated his great-grandson, that he is now giving back. Frank has decided to have a bottle and can collection. He drops them off at the Bottle and Can Redemption Center on Sheridan Drive in Tonawanda. He drops them and then receives a check a few days later.
You can help, too. Just collect your bottles and cans and drop them off at the Sheridan Drive Redemption Center and tell them you want to help with Nickels Conquering Childhood cancer. September is childhood cancer awareness month and Frank is hoping the spotlight will bring much needed funding to help find a cure.