Honored Kid

Hannah Taylor

Hannah Taylor Kid Photo


Louisville, KY, US



Date of Diagnosis

August 1993



Treated At

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Kosair Children's Hospital, Norton Healthcare

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My Story

Hannah was an amazing little girl filled with love and compassion. She always put others needs before her own. Whether it was her brother Alex or another sick child at the hospital she always made the effort to be there for them. In the end Hannah became the teacher and we became her students. She didn't let her cancer define who she was. Although she had to go through so much in her battle with cancer she always choose to be positive and that's what made Hannah so special. That's what Hannah taught me and so many others. It's not what happens to you that defines who you are but how you choose to to deal with what happens to you. Hannah ALWAYS chose to be positve and to try and help herself in anyway she could.

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