Honored Kid

Mikayla S.

Age 12
Mikayla S. Kid Photo


Apex, NC, US



Date of Diagnosis

March 2010


Cautiously optimistic that she is cancer free!!!!!!!!!

Treated At

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center

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My Story

Mikayla was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in March 2010. She received chemotherapy and was then able to have her one entire tumor removed from her belly. Mikayla had her 6 month post treatment scans in February and we are cautiously optimistic that the cancer is gone! Bye, bye cancer!!! She is well known for her jumping acrobatics and addiction to blueberries, bananas and cheese. Mikayla can often be found playing with and taking walks with her big brother on a leash...our dog Cosmo.

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