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"Big Ben" Bowen
Born
Huntington, West Virginia
Died
Huntington, West Virginia
Cause of death Brain cancer (ATRT)
Residence Huntington, West Virginia
Other names "Big Ben"
Website http://www.bens-story.com

Benjamin David "Ben" Bowen (November 14, 2002 – February 25, 2005),<ref name = Ben>Stein, Deanne (February 27, 2005). "'Big Ben" Bowen Dies" Check |url= scheme (help). WOWK-TV, Channel 13, Charleston & Huntington, WV. </ref> commonly called Big Ben Bowen,<ref name = Celebrate>Stein, Deanne (March 1, 2005). "'Big Ben's' Life Celebrated" Check |url= scheme (help). WOWK-TV, Channel 13, Charleston & Huntington, WV. </ref> was a boy from Huntington, West Virginia, who was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour in 2004. His family has used his story to raise awareness of childhood cancer and to raise almost $4,000,000 for St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.


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Ben Bowen
175px
"Big Ben" Bowen
Born
Huntington, West Virginia
Died
Huntington, West Virginia
Cause of death Brain cancer (ATRT)
Residence Huntington, West Virginia
Other names "Big Ben"
Website http://www.bens-story.com

Benjamin David "Ben" Bowen (November 14, 2002 – February 25, 2005),<ref name = Ben>Stein, Deanne (February 27, 2005). "'Big Ben" Bowen Dies" Check |url= scheme (help). WOWK-TV, Channel 13, Charleston & Huntington, WV. </ref> commonly called Big Ben Bowen,<ref name = Celebrate>Stein, Deanne (March 1, 2005). "'Big Ben's' Life Celebrated" Check |url= scheme (help). WOWK-TV, Channel 13, Charleston & Huntington, WV. </ref> was a boy from Huntington, West Virginia, who was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour in 2004. His family has used his story to raise awareness of childhood cancer and to raise almost $4,000,000 for St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.


Ben Bowen sections
Intro  Bowen's life  Fundraising  Death  Honors  Ben Bowen's influence  See also  References  External links  

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