Sep 28, 2012 2:14 PM by KSBY News, Carina Corral

Documentary on childhood cancer hosted by a Nipomo teen cancer survivor set to be released Sunday

On Sunday, Childhood Cancer Awareness Month will end, but not before an on-line documentary is released hosted by a Nipomo teen cancer survivor.

Melinda Marchiano was asked to host "The Truth 365."

The goal is to educate millions of people through social networking sites about the need to fund pediatric cancer research.

melinda fought cancer at young age and is now an advocate for ending childhood cancer.

"I could tell that this is going to be something that's going to make a difference, something that's going to actually tangibly change something for kids with cancer and that's why I wanted to be apart of it," she said in a short video released promoting the documentary, which will be released Sunday via Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites.

It will be a hard documentary to watch emotionally, especially for parents, but it is something everyone should see to raise awareness and bring an end to kids suffering from cancer.

Click here for a link to "The Truth 365."

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