WATCH: How cameras are helping children with cancer

- Battling Childhood Cancer in unbearable to think about, but one Photographer has come up with a way to help people cope.

In a Photo Project named 'Perspectives,' Jim Boven has put the camera in the hands of the families in an effort to give comfort through photography.

He challenged four families, Including The Dahmens, to capture as much of their journey at The University of Minnesota's Masonic Children's Hospital as possible over 9 months.

 

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