Honored Kid

Izzabella U.

Age 12
Izzabella U. Kid Photo


Kapolei, HI, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

October 2013


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Tripler Army Medical Center Barbara Bush Children's Hospital

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My Story

UPDATE:  I have been done with all my treatment since December 23, 2015.  We have been living in Hawaii for 3 years now and I love it.  I am doing good in 2nd grade and found my new love for snorkeling and ice skating.  I go every 3 months for checkups and things are great.  This year (2018) I am shaving my head to help raise money for St. Baldrick's.  I know how the kids feel going through treatment and I want to help kids.
  Hi my name is Izzabella and this is my story.  On October 17, 2013 I was rushed from my doctors to Maine Med in Portland, Maine via ambulance. Once there blood work began and bags of blood were hung. In 24 hours time I had 3 units of blood and 1 bag of platelets just so I could have a bone marrow test done. On October 18, 2013 my bone marrow test was done and the results came back, ALL and over 99% cancer in my marrow. On October 21 I received my port, my first LP and my first round of cancer. It was and interesting first week but the doctors were happy with how I was doing and sent me home earlier than expected. However that was short lived by a battle with e-coil, A.K.A. Food poisoning. So my mom, dad and me spent 14 days in the hospital so I could recover. I did really good with my treatments and taking my med. I had a few fevers and a few overnight since then but nothing to bad until February 4, 2014. I had a reaction to my LP chemo treatment sending me into a seizure like state but 2 days in the PICU and a new anti seizure med and I was back home. I am a happy go lucky kid who gets to do a lot. This does not stop me from anything except going overseas. My dad is in the US Navy and we had orders to Japan. Once I got sick the orders got canceled so I could do most of my treatment here. When I get done with phase 2 and move into maintenance phase we get to travel and live in Hawaii and I can't wait. Cause right now my favorite thing to do is be outside and roller skate and living here that is not possible right now.   
I want to thank you all for your support and wishes. Love, Izzabella

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