Honored Kid

Maria S.

Age 17
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Location

Aloha, OR, US

Diagnosis

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

October 2007

Status

In maintenance

Treated At

Doernbecher Children's Hospital

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My Story

Isabel is a happy little princess always trying to wear pink. Always very independent, a real go-getter. When Isabel was diagnosed with ALL, she never seemed sick. When she has the energy, she becomes this really silly little girl, likes to make funny faces, likes to watch her disney movies, play dress up and read her favorite book(s). When people meet Isabel I always see that she melts people hearts. Isabel also has her sencond personality that when she is grumpy she will let the whole world know.

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