Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish RiteAflac Cancer Center
Chloe is very angelic and loves to play with her new puppy, Coco, as well as her rabbit Licorice. She is very sweet and gentle. Chloe is now in the 7th grade and doing exceptionally well. She loves cheerleading, gymnastics, reading and be with her friends and family. She also loves going to the beach, as she learned how to surf this past summer. Chloe is very outgoing and fear has not stopped her from anything. Her courage and strength have been contagious
as it's made the people around her that much stronger. She has been cancer free for 5 years now due to the research and funds raised for research. Chloe stays involved with helping and volunteering to help other children and families that are currently experiencing what she endured. Chloe is a big proponent of helping other children feel better, as it pains her to see other children hurting.
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