13 Years Survivorship- Neuroblastoma
I am 14 and I’m going into the 9th grade. I enjoy working on my family’s farm and helping my mom with my younger siblings. I look at my cancer as a blessing because I wouldn’t be the person I am today without the help of cancer. Cancer has taught me to be thankful. Thankful for the people who gave their time and money to help my family while I was sick. Also for the ones who dedicated their lives to the research of cancer. The ones who stayed with me and gave me the love and support I needed. Last but not least, I am thankful for God allowing me to live.
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