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Annoucing “Captain Chemo. Out Cancer, Out!” by Renee Robinson

Entrepreneurs have a history of making people feel better. Band aids, stethoscopes and x-rays have all been brought into existence by the determined and hardworking entrepreneurs  who breathed life into them. When faced with terminal cancer which pushed her out of the
 job she’d grown to love for over a decade, Renee Robinson found her inner entrepreneur
 and set out to work from her bedside to help  others understand how to deal with cancer.
Always a writer at heart, Renee began journaling her experience with cancer through poetry.  She hoped that her artistic interpretations of “scary” doctors’ visits, “poisonous” chemo injections and “delirious” visions of heaven and death would help to ease the discomfort for  other victims of cancer and explain the inner mysteries of the disease to their loved ones.  With a body riddled with sickness but a heart full of determination, she wrote and networked 
between hospital visits for years,but it wasn’t until she began writing children’s books that she
 truly found her voice.
Inspired by a love for children and a desire to touch the grandchildren she would likely never  meet, she wrote her way into the Amazon Best Sellers Top 100 for Children’s Books. It was  then that her dad, a retired entrepreneur himself, rolled up his sleeves once more to help his  “little girl” achieve her goals. He cold called every media outlet number his old phonebook  listed, doing everything he knew how to get the word out about her books which were  growing in popularity on the internet. After a finger numbing number of dials, it dawned  on him where they should focus her products. She’d originally grown to poetically explain the  process of battling cancer and now she’d learned to create enchanting short stories for children – it was time
 to blend the two!
He immediately pitched the idea to Nationwide Children’s Hospital. They expressed interest and 
later that night “Captain Chemo” was born. Renee is now vivaciously writing short stories for  children
 battling illnesses. 
She hopes that super heroes like Captain Chemo will bring hope and healing to the children and their
Whether it’s a band-aid or a super hero in a children’s book, the creations of entrepreneurs  exist to benefit and inspire those around them. We all have a chance to breathe life into our  ideas. In the case of Renee, she may have a few less breaths than the rest of us, but she’s  certainly 
got a lot of life left to live and many children left to heal.
See her works Here

by Dan Woodward

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