Honored Kid

Alice M.

Age 13
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Location

Woodridge, IL, US

Diagnosis

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

January 2011

Status

Cancer free

Treated At

Ronald McDonald Children's Hospital

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My Story

Alice was diagnosed with Leukemia on January 27th 2011. Alice has been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) Please keep Alice in your prayers as she fights and ultimately defeats this disease! Alice is a loving and sweet girl. She has a special gift of lighting up any room that she is in. She has a way of bringing a smile to the face of everyone she meets. She is a happy little girl that adores her baby brother and can make him laugh out loud just by walking in the room. Alice loves to dance and sing along with songs on the radio. She enjoys reenacting dance routines that she sees and likes to put on shows for her family. She always insists that everyone sings along with her. She loves counting and saying the ABCs. She loves the Disney princesses and considers herself one as well :) She is a sensitive little girl that wants to know how others are doing and wants everyone to be happy. She has a strong independent spirit, she is a fighter! She is a survivor! update: January 28, 2014 It has been three years since Alice's battle and journey began. She is cancer free! Alice is an active and normal kindergarten student. She still enjoys dancing and loves singing! Alice officially finished her treatment plan on March 31, 2013. We had the clean bone marrow results on April 5th, just in time to celebrate her 5th birthday! Alice continues to go for her monthly check ups to monitor her closely. We are so grateful for the countless prayers and loving support that Alice and our family received and continues to receive. We are also eternally grateful for St. Baldrick's and the thousands of people that make a difference in childhood cancer research. YOU helped to save our daughter's life! YOU helped to make her a survivor! Thank you!

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