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survivor stories

- Olivia -

Olivia was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia at the age of two. She underwent numerous rounds of chemotherapy, received two bone marrow transplants and had several surgeries. Despite everything, she maintained a joyful demeanor, which inspired all those around her. Today, Olivia is 11-years-old, cancer free and doing great in her school's signing program. She is also a very helpful big sister to her little brother Grayson.





- Jackson -

In many ways, Jackson is a typical ten-year-old boy who loves elephants and trains. But in other ways, he is anything but typical. He was born with Down syndrome, and he's also a cancer survivor. In 2010, when Jackson was just a toddler, he was diagnosed with leukemia. The diagnosis seemed insurmountable. He spent more than 150 long nights in the hospital, but his spirit and will to live is relentless. Today, Jackson is very healthy and this year marks five years off chemo – a huge milestone.


- Garrett -

Shortly after Garrett's second birthday, his parents began to worry when he started experiencing unusual symptoms such as back pain, loss of appetite and trouble walking. It wasn't long before they brought him to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to see what was wrong. After undergoing several tests, Garrett was diagnosed with leukemia and began aggressive treatment right away. Today, Garrett is a healthy third grader and has been in remission for two years!