Honored Kid

Kirsten Schlarman

Kirsten Schlarman Kid Photo


New Weston, OH, US



Date of Diagnosis

August 2006


Passed away

Treated At

Nationwide Children's Hospital

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My Story

Kirsten is a very happy go lucky type of person. That personality has helped her deal with this horrible disease. She always finds the brightside to every situation. She has the most beautiful blue eyes that sparkle even on the bad days. When she was diagnosed, she looked up at me and said "I am going to fight as hard as I can" and she is. She loves to go swimming and ride her bike, and since the limb salvage surgery that she had, those are 2 things she will be able to do. She can never run, kick, jump or twist again, but she is ok with that as long as she can still swim and ride her bike.

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