In January, after months of doctor's visits and phantom pain/constant high fevers,we were told the heartbreaking news that she has cancer. We went through the ringer with theories of what was causing the fevers and pain all over her body. She was diagnosed with everything from scoliosis to the flu,mainly because no one looks at a little 11 years old child and thinks "she has cancer". Nevertheless, she had stage 4 Modular sclerosis Hodgkins lymphoma. She has an outstanding support team cheering her on! Her outlook on life has never phased because of it. She started her chemo treatment mid January. She lost her golden locks that reached down to her midsection but still seems to put on a smile from ear to ear every day.
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