This is Caroline she had lymphoblastic lymphoma. She is now in remission as of Jan. 6th 2011. She took chemo for 2 years, and during that time had a brain injury called P.R.E.S. It still gives her seizures and has taken awhile to get better, although her memory is still affected. She also has permanent hearing loss. One of the things often said about her is that she doesn't complain very much, which I have seen with a lot of cancer kids.
Caroline is a pretty shy girl even though she has a wicked sense of humor. Her favorite colors are orange and green. She is also 1 of 5 children falling 4th in line. She likes making jewelery and strives to do her best in school.
Caroline is 15 this year 2015, a sophomore in high school. She loves art and photography and is doing exceptionally well in school. She has a heart of gold and is continues to want to give of herself to help other kiddos that have to go through cancer.
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