Honored Kid

Anna S.

Age 16
Anna S. Kid Photo


Milford , CT, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

May 2008


In remission

Treated At

Boston Children's Hospital Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital

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My Story

Anna is the strongest little girl I have ever met and gives my wife and I strength everyday. She was diagnosed with ALL T-Cell at 20 months old and did not make remission in the first 28 days as planned on by her doctors; therefore needing a bone marrow transplant.  In November of 2008 she recieved a bone marrow transplant From an unrelated donor.  She is now a healthy thriving eleven year old. She loves to play soccer and with her little brother. 

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