Honored Kid

Abigail N.

Abigail N. Kid Photo

Location

Waunakee, WI, US

Diagnosis

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

February 2006

Status

Angel

Treated At

American Family Children's Hospital

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My Story

Welcome to the wonderful world of Abby. Abby was a beautiful and courageous 4 year old girl when she was diagnosed with high risk T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. This page is dedicated to Abby and her fight against cancer. Kickin' bad cell booty on a daily basis. Abby was diagnosed with ALL Leukemia in February 2006. She rafter chemotherapy and full body radiation did not completely clear her cancer, she received an umbilical cord stem cell transplant in October of 2006 followed by a bone marrow transplant in November 2007. Unfortunately, Abby lost her cancer battle on May 25, 2008, she was not quite 7 years old. Throughout it all Abby kept up her wonderful sense of humor and drive to be help others. She remains an inspiration to all those that were touched by the beauty of her short life.

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