Our young hero is at it again! Nico Castro, 10, of San Bruno, Calif., is calling all heroes this Halloween to use their superpowers for good.
Three years ago, Nico Castro, a 6-year-old cancer survivor, brought the joy of Halloween to kids in the hospital. Here’s an update.
Nico Castro, 8, is a true superhero whose selflessness continues to lift the spirits of kids with illnesses and inspires the hero in us all.
I can’t believe it’s been 13 years since I lost my father to cancer. This Father’s Day, I can finally say that I am at peace with Dad.
Nico Castro, 6, is a little Halloween hero with a big heart and isn’t letting his battle with brain cancer affect his spirit of giving.
I was recently driving in downtown San Francisco smack dab in the middle of rush hour when I witnessed a kind act that taught me an important life lesson from behind the wheel.
Who would’ve thought one woman’s penchant for sunflowers would create such huge ripples of inspiration beyond her colorful garden?
To help instill courage and power in the battle against cancer, 4,000 sick children and their siblings have been given custom homemade Superhero capes. The capes are gifts, sewn with inspiration and sent with blessings of love, from Wonder Capes.
While it’s not a fun topic, talking about cancer could save your life or the life of someone you care about. I’ve experienced that the hard way.
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