Honored Kid

Madison major

Madison major Kid Photo


Waldorf, MD, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

July 2008



Treated At

Childrens national medical center MD Anderson NIH Clinical Center

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My Story

Thank you for helping support such a great cause for helping find cures for children. Maddie Grace was first diagnosed at the age of three with ALL. Despite her many relapses and treatment plans Maddie always knew how to live life and enjoy the little things. She lived as much of a normal life as possible by doing things she loved, like going to school, shopping, or making her family do whatever her heart desired. She had an infectious laugh that could light up a room. She was a firecracker that kept you on your toes but also had the kindest heart. On October 20th, 2015 Maddie decided she was ready to go to Heaven. She had fought more than anyone should have to fight and lived more in her 10 years than most adults. She will forever be remembered as a spunky warrior who had a heart of gold. Thank you for helping support such a great cause that can give researchers the funds they so desperately need so more children have a better chance of survival.

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