Honored Kid

Katie-Madison L.

Age 18
Katie-Madison L. Kid Photo


Savannah, GA, US


Wilms or other kidney tumor

Date of Diagnosis

February 2007



Treated At

Children's Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center

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My Story

Katie-Madison was diagnosed in February of 2007 with bilateral Wilm's tumors. There was a malignant tumor on each of her kidneys. She was only eighteen months old at the time. She was and still is a loving, caring, and crazy kid. Now more than ever she is fearless and strong with a stubborn streak that may never end. We are thankful for that attitude, it pulled us through tough times. Katie is now four and a half years old. She is back to her normal self and recently got her very first hair cut!!! She has been cancer free for almost two and half years!!!! We thank the Lord everyday for the blessings in our life!!!

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