I am 23 years old and I have a 2 1/2 year old daughter, 3 years ago I was diagnosed with Osteo Sarcoma (bone cancer) and since then I have had many surgeries, gone through very harsh chemo, and nearly died. I went through most of this while I was pregnant with our beaut
[More]iful daughter and as a result of that she was born 13 weeks early, she weighed only 1lb 9.5oz and had heart surgery at the age of 1 month but she still was only in the NICU for 10 weeks and is now the healthiest child I know! We are so lucky and so blessed to have our perfect little girl after all this. The cancer in my leg is completely gone now as a result of having a total knee replacement and taking out all the bone that had a tumor attached. Thanks to my wonderful doctors at SCCA and UWMC I have survived everything and am now recovering! I couldn't have gotten through this without my family and I still rely on them so much now, I am so grateful to have people that love me so much, and I am SO GRATEFUL just to be alive!!!
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