Honored Kid

Anjuli J.

Anjuli J. Kid Photo


Soldotna, AK, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

October 2000



Treated At

Seattle Children's Hospital Mary Bridge Hospital

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My Story

Anjuli was a healthy, happy radiant child who was diagnosed out of the blue with brain stem cancer - an intrinsic brain stem glioma. There was no cure. We were told she would die within 2 weeks to 1 year. At the time she was my only child. Anjuli was a sweet, loving, bouncy little dancer who drew people to her with her kindness. She frequently handed out kisses for people to "put in their pockets for later." Anjuli fought her cancer bravely, though it stole from her all her abilities, including even her ability to breathe. But because there was/is no cure, she died.

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