Honored Kid

Karly Davis

Age 20
Karly Davis Kid Photo


Farnham, VA, US


Pontine Glioma

Date of Diagnosis

June 2004


In maintenance

Treated At

Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters

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My Story

Karly is a 7yr old little girl who brightens the lives of all those who know her. She was born with a rare genetic disorder known as MPS-1 (mucopolysaccharidosis) or Hurler syndrome. Around the age of 3 years she started an enzyme replacement therapy that she receives weekly for her MPS-1 and then at the age of 4 she was diagnosed with a pontine glioma (brain stem tumor). Every time you see Karly, the lasting impression is her smile.

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