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Warrior Princess

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South Mills, NC, US



Date of Diagnosis

March 2011


Passed away

Treated At

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters Cook Children's Medical Center Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital

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My Story

On August 17th, 2020 Kaylee passed away surrounded by love of family and closest friends. Kaylee was 11 years old and in March of 2011, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 High Risk Neuroblastoma, a life-threatening childhood cancer. She began her treatment at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Ft. Worth, TX. She endured over a year of treatment and battled so bravely to achieve remission. She had just relapsed for a third time and was seeking continuous treatment at CHKD in Norfolk, VA. as well as Memorial Sloan-Kettering in NY and Penn State Hershey Medical center in PA.  Her fight had been a long and arduous one. Until now, she has shown that she can conquer cancer. But her fight was not over, and she had gone through many more extremely difficult treatments. Relapsed Neuroblastoma is among the most difficult of cancers to treat after relapse and the survivability is extremely rare. Kaylee has been nicknamed “Warrior Princess”. A true testament to her personality, and a name she certainly lived up to. Her journey had been a very long and arduous one, a journey that no parent ever wants to see their precious child go through. Words cannot express how heart wrenching it is for a family to endure the exhausting battle against Neuroblastoma. And although the ultimate outcome of this cancer was uncertain, she was definitely showing it who is boss.

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