Honored Kid

Natalie Terrell

Age 19
Natalie Terrell Kid Photo


Charleston, SC, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

March 2006



Treated At

BI-LO Charities Children's Cancer Center

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My Story

Natalie is a thriving and healthy 6 year old. She loves puzzles and games, and playing with her barbies. She has lots of energy and goes outside to ride bikes and swing as much as she can. She smiles a lot and has a love for life. She does not care for food much due to her past treatments, however pizza always is a winner. Natalie enjoys coloring and creating pictures and cards for her family. She is currently in the first grade and enjoys her science class immensely.

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