Helping Quinn Find a Cure

Quinn Demko's Story

On November 22, 2013 Quinn was diagnosed with a massive brain tumor. On november 29th Quinn underwent extensive brain surgery to attempt to remove the tumor and determine what had caused it to grow. The doctors at rainbow babies and children's hospital were able to remove most of the tumor. However the nightmare was not over, some of the tumor had to be left behind as it was attached to a main artery in his brain and worse yet the diagnosis was an aggressive, rare brain tumor called sPNET.

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Cher Bear Open 4 Man Scramble Golf Outing To Benefit “Hope For Quinn”

You can make a difference for this family during one of the most difficult times in their lives. Please help Pennies from Above with your donations and participation in the Cher Bear Open on June 21, 2014.


On November 22, 2013 Quinn was diagnosed with a massive brain tumor. Seven days later, Quinn underwent extensive brain surgery to attempt to remove the tumor and determine what had caused it to grow. The doctors at rainbow babies and children’s hospital were able to remove most of the tumor. However the nightmare was not over, some of the tumor had to be left behind as it was attached to a main artery in his brain and worse yet the diagnosis was an aggressive, rare brain tumor called sPNET.

June 21, 2014

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