In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," an inventive teen uses her own experience with cancer to build a product that helps others. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
Three years ago, Kylie Simonds was diagnosed with a rare childhood cancer.
Since undergoing chemotherapy, Kylie, now 11, has been cancer-free.
So when she was recently given a school assignment to create something that addresses an everyday problem, she invented a backpack for kids with cancer.
From her Go Fund Me site:
The IV Pediatric Backpack for Kids With Cancer is meant for children on chemotherapy, receiving transfusions, or other medical reasons.
Kylie has currently surpassed her fundraising goal of $20,000 but the donations keep coming in.
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See the full story at CNN affiliate WTNH.