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Hawken was 7-month-old when he was diagnosed with Burkitt leukemia. (Courtesy: Cady Meloy Photography)

One of the Youngest-Known Burkitt Leukemia Patients is Loving Life in Remission

May 30, 2018

“The mission is to assist people in overcoming obstacles. It’s an opportunity for everyone to share their inspirations. And for all of us to learn from each other.”
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Autism and leukemia patient, Simon Ziemba, with his mother, Autumn Ziemba.

4-Year-Old Bravely Battles Leukemia While Learning to Live with Autism

Apr 1, 2019

“Our goal is for Simon to live his best life, and be his best self. And every milestone he achieves is such a wonderful gift, one that he has worked so hard to make happen.”
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Paisley is a happy 1-year-old baby who is working hard to catch up on her developmental milestones. (Courtesy: Natalie Bowers Photography )

3D Printing Helps Doctors Reconstruct Baby's Malformed Heart

Feb 28, 2019

“Before, she was always tired and slept a lot because of her low oxygen levels. Now, she is up all the time and interacting with everyone. It's a great thing.”

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