Honored Kid

Jaylie N.

Age 14
Jaylie N. Kid Photo


Cedar Park, TX, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

February 2011


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas

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My Story

Our beautiful little girl Jaylie was having some vision problems and what we thought would be a quick trip to the opthalmologist and possibly getting glasses, turned into a visit at the ER learning she had a brain tumor. Jaylie had brain surgery to remove the softball sized tumor, and was then diagnosed with Supratentorial Premitive Neuroectodermal Tumor or sPNET. It is a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer in which Jaylie had to undergo 6 weeks of full brain and spine radiation and 6 rounds of chemotherapy. She just finished her treatment in February and is doing well. She is the sweetest little girl and best big sister to her two younger sibblings. She loves Hello Kitty, anything princess, Tweety bird, doing crafts, reading, dance and soccer. She has always been a very determined, strong little girl. She is a fighter!!

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