Honored Kid

Molly G.

Molly G. Kid Photo


Saint Charles, IL, US



Date of Diagnosis

March 2003



Treated At

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital

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My Story

Molly was a vivacious and loving little girl, who adored her big brother, dolls and everything pink. Molly was diagnosed with Stage III neuroblastoma two weeks before her third birthday in May 2003. Molly endured 9 rounds of chemo, 4 surgeries and radiation before she passed away at home on December 19, 2003. Molly loved to sing, swim, ride her Barbie Jeep, and, above all, be at home with her family and friends. She was loved, happy despite her illness, and an inspiration. She will forever live on in our memories and our hearts.

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