Honored Kid

Chloe Belle Castillo

Chloe Belle Castillo Kid Photo

Location

Spring, TX, US

Diagnosis

Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

June 2006

Status

Angel

Treated At

Texas Children's Hospital

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My Story

This is Chloe. On Chloe's 7th birthday, she found out that birthdays are not to be taken for granted; she was diagnosed that day with Ewings Sarcoma. Ewings Sarcoma is a rare childhood cancer found in the bone cells. Chloe was a bright girl, with big brown eyes and curly brown locks. She loved the color pink AND knew more than her years allowed. She was a strong kid who was very observant of her surroundings. She knew what was happening, and one night in their long hospital stays she asked her dad, "why do I have cancer? why does my hair have to fall out? Chloe died two days shy of her 9th birthday. Her two year battle with cancer isn't all this girls is, and cancer cannot take the love that still endures through the hearts of those who knew her so well.

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