Honored Kid

Isabella D.

Age 14
Isabella D. Kid Photo


New Port Richey, FL, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

August 2011


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

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My Story

Isabella is a sweet, caring, and intelligent 2 year old who loves dancing and playing with friends and family. She handles her treatment with a grace you'd be amazed to see in an adult. She has met a fair amount of obstacles in her treatment including a trip to ICU and has fought strongly past every hurdle. When she beats this, I know she will go on to accomplish great things in life. To follow Izzy's journey you can visit: http://izzyvsleukemia.wordpress.com/

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