Honored Kid

Bella S.

Age 5
Bella S. Kid Photo


Laredo, TX, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

August 2017


In treatment

Treated At

Methodist Children's Hospital of South Texas

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My Story

Bella Sanchez is currently battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia for the 3rd time at only 2 years of age. She was first diagnosed when she was 7 months on August 17, 2017. Ever since then, Methodist Children’s Hospital in San Antonio, TX has become her home. She has gone through countless chemotherapies, immunotherapies, blood & platelets transfusions, steroids, antibiotics and many other medications. Bella is currently getting treated in hopes of getting a bone marrow transplant within the next months. She will be starting radiation chemo in the near future. Bella is a little sister to two loving and caring brothers that she’s been separated from for most of her life. Bella is currently getting treated at a facility over 160 miles from home. Bella loves dancing and singing and loves to put smiles on other children fighting cancer along with her. Bella’s main goal is to Finish The Fight!

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