The children got a chance to do art projects, play group games, and see what their sick brothers and sisters go through by heading to the pathology lab. There they donned lab coats and goggles and learned what it's like when their siblings wait for lab counts.
Later in the day kids showed their parents what they created and talked about what the art projects meant to them.
The Children's Hospital Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders runs the sibling camp every summer through donations.
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