Honored Kid

Brianna R.

Brianna R. Kid Photo


Hillsboro, OR, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

August 2007


Passed away

Treated At

Legacy Emanuel Hospital & Health Center

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My Story

Brianna was a smiling, shy, devilish little smart alec that could not be beaten when playing Scene-It movie trivia games, especially Harry Potter edition. Brianna's treatments challenged her in ways none of could have expected, and yet she moved forward steadily and surely. She was always mindful of her family's feelings and relied on the companionship of our family pets, a large 12 yr old "puppy" named Teddy and a 20 yr old cat that loved to snuggle with Bri on the couch with her favorite blanket. Diagnosis was in August of 2007 after having problems with headaches.

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