Honored Kid

Alyks Daigle

Alyks Daigle Kid Photo


Westerville, OH, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

October 2015



Treated At

Nationwide Children's Hospital

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My Story

Alyks was diagnosed will pre b cell ALL with rearranged MLL at just 4.5 months old. Our little warrior princess, endured multiple rounds and trials of chemotherapy, and through the pain and rough days, she was always a happy, smiling, loving little angel.♡ after almost a 7 month battle, Alyks won, and is no longer in pain,April 18 2016. #teamAlyks #noonefightsalone #mydaughtersfightismyfight #foreverteamalyks

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