Honored Kid

Leslie E Miller

Leslie E Miller Kid Photo


Miami, FL, US



Date of Diagnosis

June 2007


Passed away

Treated At

Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital

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My Story

Leslie was only nine years old when she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. She was a vibrant little princess with a beautiful smile that loved cheerleading and tap dancing. She was a very kind and caring person that everywhere she went or no matter how bad of a day she was having, she kept her beautiful smile. She loved her Bratz and Barbie dolls, and her favorite colors were pink and purple. Leslie was very respectful and always listened to what other people had to say. If there were no other kids around for Leslie to play with, she would line up all the shampoo bottles, lotions, deodorants, etc to pretend that they were her friends and talked with them. She was very lovable.

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