Honored Kid

Alyse Hope Volion

Alyse Hope Volion Kid Photo

Location

Paulina, LA, US

Diagnosis

Medulloblastoma

Date of Diagnosis

April 2015

Status

Angel

Treated At

Children's Hospital of New Orleans

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My Story

Alyse Hope's journey began on April 27th 2015, just 2 weeks after her 1st birthday when she was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma. She had complete tumor resection and endured 4 rounds of intense chemo before relapsing with another tumor in October 2015. Alyse loved to play with her big sisters Olivia Grace and Ella Faith. She had to learn how to sit up, crawl and pull up all over again. She was always full of life. She taught us all to love and cherish each day with your loved ones. She loved to say "dada" and call for her "ma". She loved to give kisses to whomever asked for them. Alyse Hope won her battle with cancer on January 5th, 2016 and now is flying high with the Angels. Please help us raise money to fight the beast known as cancer so no family has to go through what the Volion family had to endure

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