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In a family of four brothers, NaNa is the only girl and is the household princess. After NaNa received a diagnosis of acute myeloid leukemia, her mother said, "Deep down, you don't know how many nights I cried, how many nights I prayed. Not knowing if your child's going to make it, it's a lot to take in. But St. Jude saved my baby." Now, 3-year-old NaNa is cancer-free and has resumed royal play time with her family!
We are all smiles because it's almost the weekend! Happy Friday, from the kids of St. Jude.
While visiting St. Jude for a checkup, Corbin recreated a photo taken nearly a year ago when he was in treatment for bone cancer. At his appointment, Corbin got all good news and clear scans!
Kennan has been undergoing treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia since January 2017. When she relapsed earlier this year, her brother, Carter, became her bone marrow donor. “How do I express what St. Jude means to my family?” asked their dad. “When God gives you a challenge, he gives you people to help. There is nowhere on earth better to be than at St. Jude."
Addyson loves the outdoors. St. Jude is fighting her leukemia with chemotherapy and keeping her out of the hospital as much as possible, so she can enjoy summer activities like going camping with her family.
Last August, 8-year-old Liliana was diagnosed with severe aplastic anemia, a rare condition in which the bone marrow doesn't make enough blood cells. She needed immediate medical help to save her life. That's when she was referred to St. Jude, where she's currently undergoing treatment, including a bone marrow transplant with her older brother as her donor.
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