Honored Kid

Abigail Tizzano

Abigail Tizzano Kid Photo


Phoenix, AZ, US


Acute myeloid leukemia (AML)

Date of Diagnosis

September 2013



Treated At

Phoenix Children's Hospital

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My Story

In her 8 1/2 years Abby touched so many people in ways we could never imagine. Her smile is bright and her laugh is infectious. Her physical beauty was only surpassed by the beauty in her heart. Her compassion for others, especially those less fortunate, is something that is rare in people. She appreciates the little things and loves making other people happy. Her life serves as a lesson to us all. She will be greatly missed but we take comfort in knowing she is in God's loving arms and we will see her again in time.

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