Kids with Cancer

NEW VIDEO: Cheyenne’s Childhood Cancer Story

by St. Baldrick's Foundation
October 6, 2015

On January 30, one week before her 10th birthday, Cheyenne was having trouble breathing. After a trip to the local ER, she was air lifted to Children’s Hospital Colorado in Denver.

Her doctors discovered a large, life-threatening tumor blocking her airway. Soon after, Cheyenne was diagnosed with T cell lymphoblastic lymphoma.

Cheyenne is on an aggressive chemotherapy treatment plan that will last for the next two years. Her motto is “Fight like a girl,” and that’s how she’s getting through it.

Cheyenne has big dreams for her future. She says, “I want to be a pediatric oncologist and help kids out who have gone through what I’ve gone through.”

Help Cheyenne get back to living the life she’s dreamed of. Help fund pediatric cancer research.

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