Honored Kid

Taylor D.

Age 30
Taylor D. Kid Photo


Richardson, TX, US



Date of Diagnosis

October 2007


In remission

Treated At

Medical City Children's Hospital

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My Story

Taylor is as spirited as she is spiritual. She has been in a non- metastatic phase for six months now. In that time, it is absolutely amazing to see how she is making up for lost time. Eight months of chemo and missing sunny days certainly made a lasting impression on her daily outlook. Taylor received a Make-A-Wish horse, Donna, that she adores caring for. She is also active in school and making great grades considering she missed her entire 8th grade year. This is her first year of high school and her friends are helping her organize a fundraiser "rely for life". Her parents and four siblings are just elated to have her home!

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