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Maggie Jernas

Diagnosed February 2009
Maggie was 3 when she was dxed with Neuroblastoma. She went thru 6 rounds rounds of chemo, 2 stemcell transplants and 12 radiation treatments. She had one antibody treatment before her kidneys were so damaged that had we continued the doctor said she might need a kidney transplant. Maggie was found to…

Makyla Oviedo

Makyla was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 2001 and today she is a bubbly cheerleader, a thriving RockStar, the best big sister in the world to her sister Xiomara and more outgoing than most kids! And if you ask Makyla what she thinks... "I am one of God's Warriors, he chose me to have cancer because…

Malakai Rowland

Diagnosed October 2009
Malakai's (Kai) story started his freshman year of High School. He found a baseball sized lump near his collar bone. Within 2 weeks he was in treatment. He received chemo and radiation that first time. He was cancer free for 3 years. After graduation from High School he had his first relapse in January…

Mandy Horner

My hero is my daughter Mandy. She was born in 1976, diagnosed with AML in 1978, and received her wings on Easter Sunday of 1980.

Mason Kempf

Diagnosed April 2001
Mason was an amazing boy who bravely fought DIPG for 11.5 months before earning his angel wings.
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