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Honored Kid Julia A. Age 12

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Manassas, VA, US
Brain or spinal cord tumor
Date of Diagnosis
December 2014
In maintenance
Treated At
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Inova Fairfax Hospital
Johns Hopkins Children's Center


Julia Katharine Alexander is a one-of-a-kind little girl, who is rarely seen without a super bright smile on her face. She's just so full of joy, love, and compassion for others. Everyone who knows her can recall something profound, inspirational, or just plain funny that Julia's shared with them. At home, we call them "Julia-isms." :). Regardless of your encounter with this sweet girl, you leave feeling a little warmer and happier inside.

On December 14, 2014, Julia was diagnosed with a Grade II Ependymoma brain tumor. Since then, she has bravely endured three major brain surgeries, five minor surgeries, eight rounds of chemotherapy, and two months of radiation therapy.  While she is not considered NED (No Evidence of Disease), we are so grateful that her tumor remains stable. 

Julia has tons of interests including reading, dancing, playing the piano and ukulele, taking pilates classes, and creating amazing little imaginary stories and songs with her dolls and stuffed animals. She is in 6th grade at Manassas Park Middle School, where she is a member of the Joe15 Community Service Club. Julia is also a member of the Manassas-Woodbridge Chapter of Jack & Jill of America, Inc., and she serves as a Cadette Girl Scout.  Most important, she loves The Lord and isn't afraid to share her faith.  Julia loves to participate in children's ministry activities with her family at Park Valley Church, where she was baptized on May 21, 2016.  

Julia is our powerful, creative, faith-filled superhero, and she will be victorious! Thank you for supporting Julia and the more than 300,000 kids worldwide who will be diagnosed with cancer this year. By sharing the gifts of your time, talent and money with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, you're supporting research to give all kids with cancer a better chance for a cure.
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