Gia is a bright, funny little girl full of life and laughter. She was diagnosed with cancer in her liver and adrenal glands when she was only 3 months old. That was the day her fight began. As her cancer spreads, her spirit continues to grow. She knows no fear and is always ready with a smile and a hug.
She goes to school, fights with her sisters and carries her flying pig, a gift from Officer Jim Seneca of Cops Fighting Cancer, with her everywhere she goes. Giavanna has a new found passion for cheerleading. She hopes to be like her big cousin and cheer for her high school someday. With your support, Gia and other children battling Cancer will have that chance.
The Childhood Cancer Ripple Effect
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