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  • Writer's pictureMegan Friend

Update: Host a screening of "Of Medicine and Miracles" in your community!

Updated: Apr 17

Watch the trailer of "Of Medicine and Miracles" and get more details on how to screen the film.

We're proud to share with you in the new trailer for a film we're very proud to support "Of Medicine and Miracles". Watch the trailer below.

Interested in bringing this powerful film to your campus or community, either in-person or virtually? Fill out this form and someone from the team will be in touch shortly. You can also email the impact team directly at

At the age of six, Emily Whitehead was diagnosed with leukemia and the lives of her and her parents were suddenly thrust into uncertainty. Through bracingly honest interviews and home videos, "Of Medicine and Miracles" details her family’s experience bouncing from hospital to hospital, trying to stay hopeful amidst hopelessness, and their fateful correspondence with a doctor whose research could hold the key to her survival. But time is of the essence.

A stunning feat of non-fiction filmmaking, "Of Medicine and Miracles" applies an acutely personal perspective to a highly publicized case, allowing Emily’s parents to speak candidly about the American healthcare system, experimental cancer treatments, and their overwhelming love for their daughter. Academy Award winner Ross Kauffman’s new documentary is a tear-jerking, heart-racing record of medical history that honors its subjects and their trauma while empowering future generations to attempt the impossible.

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