Piqua family raises funds for Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center


Courtesy photo Piqua High School student Elise Cox and her parents, shown above, made a donation to Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center through their fundraising efforts, including t-shirt sales, in order to increase awareness about pancreatitis. Earlier this year, Cox underwent a rare surgery at Cincinnati Children’s in order to treat her chronic pancreatitis.

Courtesy photo Piqua High School student Elise Cox and her parents, shown above, made a donation to Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center through their fundraising efforts, including t-shirt sales, in order to increase awareness about pancreatitis. Earlier this year, Cox underwent a rare surgery at Cincinnati Children’s in order to treat her chronic pancreatitis.


Courtesy photo Piqua High School student Elise Cox and her parents made a donation of over $7,000 to Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center through their fundraising efforts, including t-shirt sales, in order to increase awareness about pancreatitis. Earlier this year, Cox underwent a rare surgery at Cincinnati Children’s in order to treat her chronic pancreatitis.

From left to right: Jaimie Nathan, MD, Surgical Director Pancreas Care Center; Elise Cox; Matt Cox, Elise Cox’s father; Katie Cox, Elise Cox’s mother; Jennifer Jacob, RN; and Tom Lin, MD, Director, Endoscopy and Pancreas Care Center.


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Piqua High School student Elise Cox and her parents, shown above, made a donation to Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center through their fundraising efforts, including t-shirt sales, in order to increase awareness about pancreatitis. Earlier this year, Cox underwent a rare surgery at Cincinnati Children’s in order to treat her chronic pancreatitis.

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Piqua High School student Elise Cox and her parents made a donation of over $7,000 to Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center through their fundraising efforts, including t-shirt sales, in order to increase awareness about pancreatitis. Earlier this year, Cox underwent a rare surgery at Cincinnati Children’s in order to treat her chronic pancreatitis.

From left to right: Jaimie Nathan, MD, Surgical Director Pancreas Care Center; Elise Cox; Matt Cox, Elise Cox’s father; Katie Cox, Elise Cox’s mother; Jennifer Jacob, RN; and Tom Lin, MD, Director, Endoscopy and Pancreas Care Center.

Courtesy photo Piqua High School student Elise Cox and her parents, shown above, made a donation to Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center through their fundraising efforts, including t-shirt sales, in order to increase awareness about pancreatitis. Earlier this year, Cox underwent a rare surgery at Cincinnati Children’s in order to treat her chronic pancreatitis.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/05/web1_Elise-Cox-with-parents-Matt-and-Katie.jpgCourtesy photo Piqua High School student Elise Cox and her parents, shown above, made a donation to Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center through their fundraising efforts, including t-shirt sales, in order to increase awareness about pancreatitis. Earlier this year, Cox underwent a rare surgery at Cincinnati Children’s in order to treat her chronic pancreatitis.

Courtesy photo Piqua High School student Elise Cox and her parents made a donation of over $7,000 to Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center through their fundraising efforts, including t-shirt sales, in order to increase awareness about pancreatitis. Earlier this year, Cox underwent a rare surgery at Cincinnati Children’s in order to treat her chronic pancreatitis.

From left to right: Jaimie Nathan, MD, Surgical Director Pancreas Care Center; Elise Cox; Matt Cox, Elise Cox’s father; Katie Cox, Elise Cox’s mother; Jennifer Jacob, RN; and Tom Lin, MD, Director, Endoscopy and Pancreas Care Center.

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Courtesy photo Piqua High School student Elise Cox and her parents made a donation of over $7,000 to Cincinnati Children’s Pancreas Care Center through their fundraising efforts, including t-shirt sales, in order to increase awareness about pancreatitis. Earlier this year, Cox underwent a rare surgery at Cincinnati Children’s in order to treat her chronic pancreatitis.

From left to right: Jaimie Nathan, MD, Surgical Director Pancreas Care Center; Elise Cox; Matt Cox, Elise Cox’s father; Katie Cox, Elise Cox’s mother; Jennifer Jacob, RN; and Tom Lin, MD, Director, Endoscopy and Pancreas Care Center.