Honored Kid

Whitney (Nittney)

Age 33
Whitney (Nittney) Kid Photo


New Braunfels, TX, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

September 1991


Cancer free

Treated At

Memorial Hospital Colorado Springs

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My Story

Whitney is currently working and living with her twin sister, Morgan who has been a lifelong friend and support. Both are working as waitresses for Macaroni Grill. Currently she is planning to move to Austin with her sister and cousin, Melanie; where she will go back to school. Whitney is planning to go to nursing school, and she wants to be a pediatric oncology nurse, since she feels compassion for ill children and has the background to have a unique perspective on their feelings during and after treatment.

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