Partnering to Share Stories of Hope and Resiliency

Love Wisconsin

Love Wisconsin, a new and increasingly popular online storytelling project, is partnering with UW Health this summer to bring you personal, inspiring stories of health, crisis, care, and resiliency.


Love Wisconsin’s vision is to promote connected, compassionate and engaged communities, one story at a time. Three inspiring stories featuring patients treated by the Carbone Cancer Center and American Family Children’s Hospital will be shared this summer on Love Wisconsin's online platforms.  


UW Health is proud to support this partnership and help Love Wisconsin tell more positive stories from across our state.


Featured Stories


Isaac Dart


High school sweethearts, Tiffany and Justin, planned and saved to start their family. By the time they had their two beautiful boys, things were looking up -  their lives were going right to plan. Then, during a routine check up, they discovered that their youngest had a serious condition that would require a 7 hour long surgery on his heart. As terrifying as the road ahead appeared, Tiffany, Justin, Terran, and Isaac found strength in the quality of care they received, and along the way uncovered the support of their small town. 


Follow the Dart Family's story


Buck Parker


From Buck's tour in Vietnam, to his life on the land in rural Wisconsin, to his challenging but ultimately victorious battle with cancer, Buck now appreciates every day and has even found ways to give back. Follow along for a rich story of courage, resilience, and recovery.


Follow Buck's story




At 9 years old, Jacob was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer called Burkitt’s lymphoma. Jacob’s cancer snuck up fast - and it spread. But Jacob’s loving family - plus the compassionate and good humored staff from the American Family Children’s Hospital - helped Jacob face his battle head-on.

Check out Jacob’s story 


Coming Soon


Two more stories from this exciting collaboration will be releasing later this summer. You can be sure to not miss them by following Love Wisconsin (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and UW Health (FacebookTwitterInstagram). 


Date Published: 08/21/2017

News tag(s):  kidscancer

News RSS Feed