Honored Kid

Kayleigh B.

Kayleigh B. Kid Photo


Garner, NC, US


Acute myeloid leukemia (AML)

Date of Diagnosis

January 2002



Treated At

Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center

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My Story

Kayleigh really liked the color purple. There really wasn't anything that she didn't like. She also really liked her barbie dolls. Her favorite show was "Clifford The Big Red Dog." I remember used to antagonize her by saying "swiper." She always had a smile on her face, even when she was so sick, she still smiled through all of it. There wasnt anybody that met her that didnt fall in love with her. She would ride through the hospital in a wagon and everybody knew who she was, we all miss her so much

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