Honored Kid

Emilia B.

Age 6
Emilia B. Kid Photo


Oxford, MI, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

June 2017


In treatment

Treated At

William Beaumont Hospital

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My Story

Emilia was diagnosed with ALL at 18 months. She is currently over two years into treatment and is scheduled to take her last chemo dosage this August 2019. After that she will take her Wish Trip to Disney World and meet Elsa and Anna from Frozen- which is her favortie movie! She also loves to dance, love on her baby sister and eat Mac n’ Cheese. Treatment has not dampened her vivacious spirit and we are so thankful for that. Every night she prays for the doctors and nurses that have helped her become strong again!

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