Honored Kid

Lauren B.

Age 34
Lauren B. Kid Photo


Louisville, KY, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

January 2003


Cancer free

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My Story

Lauren is a typical teenager and despite the cancer has lived as normal a life as she could. She is a very good violinist and played in Carnegie Hall the summer before last with 1000 other kids from all over the United States. She loves her cat and loves to kid around. She has a great sense of humor. Her faith has grown immensely through out this trial in life and is thankful of the faith she had before she started this ordealSurprisingly Lauren will say this has been the best worst year of her life. What she means by that is � while she had to endure a lot of pain and sickness, she grew closer to her family and friends and closer to God because of the cancer.

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