Honored Kid

Hannah H.

Hannah H. Kid Photo


Highlands, TX, US


Diffused Pontine Glioma in the Pons

Date of Diagnosis

June 2003


Waiting for us in Heavan

Treated At

University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Texas Children's Hospital Nationwide Children's Hospital NIH Clinical Center

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My Story

Hannah or Hannah Banana as we called her was a beautiful little girl who's life was cut too short. Hannah was very brave, she never complained or showed that she was hurting. She encouraged us to not give up hope. Hannah always had a smile on her face and thought of everyone as her friend. With her purse on her arm and lip gloss in her hand she was always ready to give someone a makeover. When she was diagnosed doctors told us that she only had six months. Doctors told us no treatment was available, it was not a cancer that was genetic, and they do not know how it is caused. Hannah lived a wonderful two and a half months longer. We give thanks to or loving God and the research that was provided. I pray for a cure for cancer, so that no family will ever have to go through losing their child to the terrible disease.

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