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Harper Brown was born on June 17, 2015, with the most serious form of spina bifida. Her parents didn’t know if she would ever walk...Read My Story
I can’t picture going home and leaving him
EJ Wright dressed up as a pirate, strapped a medical mask over his face and took the elevator down one floor to join other young patients for treats this Halloween. Months later his mother potty trained him in his hospital room because – for now – the MUSC Children’s Hospital is home, and it was time. And when historic snow blanketed Charleston in January and paused time for a few days, doctors gave EJ clearance to take a brief break from his nonstop infusions so that he could go outside...Read My Story
“I still live every day like it could be the last, you learn not to stress about the small stuff. Little things don’t upset me.”
Rachel’s first cancer diagnosis came when she was only 10 years old. Her parents took her to see a pediatrician after her knee hurt during gymnastics training. For the next two years, she spent 159 nights in the hospital undergoing treatment for osteosarcoma, a solid tumor bone cancer...Read My Story
Lucas wants to be just like his counselor when he grows up: a firefighter.
Lucas was making chocolate milk one day in 2013, when the stool slid from under him, and he caught a pot of boiling water on the way down. Only 6 years old at the time, he suffered third-degree burns on his arm and shoulder and second-degree burns on his face....Read My Story
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