Honored Kid

Molly M.

Age 19
Molly M. Kid Photo


Longmeadow, MA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

November 2009


In treatment

Treated At

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Boston Children's Hospital

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My Story

Molly was diagnosed with a Thalamic Brain Tumor in October, 2008. Her tumor originally presented itself as low grade; however, in January, we discovered that it was high grade. She is a funny, loving little girl who loves arts and crafts, gardening, bugs, and animals. She is currently undergoing 33 treatments of radiation therapy which will finish on March 18th. She is the bravest person that I have ever met. She is fighting so hard to beat this! People are praying for Molly's recovery all of over the world. I believe in miracles and hope that one is granted for Molly :)

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