Honored Kid

Molly E.

Age 15
Molly E. Kid Photo


Rocklin, CA, US



Date of Diagnosis

November 2009


In remission

Treated At

Children's Hospital Los Angeles

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My Story

Molly was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood eye cancer called Retinoblastoma and a brain tumor at the age of 2. She endured much more than anyone should at just 2 years old, including but not limited to MRI's, brain surgery, chemo, and removal of her eye .Despite all she has been through Molly is a happy little girl with a smile on her face more often than not. Thankfully, today she is in remission and doing well. Molly just started 1st grade, and is doing very well. She loves gymnastics and is doing her second year of girl scouts. In May we celebrated 4 years cancer free!!

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