Honored Kid

Taylor H.

Age 23
Taylor H. Kid Photo


Katy, TX, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

July 2000


Cancer free

Treated At

Ochsner Medical Center

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My Story

Taylor is little girl that you will never forget once meeting her. She has a way of making everybody she meets feel better about "LIFE". She has been through more in her 11 years of life than most people will endure in a lifetime. Yet, she never complains about anything. She makes you realize that the small things in life are the most important things. She enjoys playing bowling on the Wii, and also enjoys watching iCarly. She also spends time playing Challenger Baseball (a league specially designed for kids with special needs). Above all, she loves spending time with her parents, and her 3 sisters and brother.

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