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Makenzie's Story: A Radiothon VignetteMakenzie was diagnosed with a rare kidney disease that she battled for 4 years before starting dialysis.
Sam's Story: A Radiothon VignetteSam is an amazing 12 year old young man who over the course of his life has endured 25 surgeries for spina bifida.
Lauren's Story: A Radiothon VignetteLauren was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and underwent chemotherapy for 8 months followed by a bone marrow transplant in Spring of 2012.
Isabella's Story: A Radiothon VignetteBorn with multiple chronic gastrointestinal issues, including gastroparesis and dysmotility, Isabella has continued to persevere through two dozen surgeries and a hundred nights in the hospital.
Hannah's Story: A Radiothon VignetteHannah was diagnosed with Stage 5 Wilm’s Tumor of both of her kidneys and underwent 40 weeks of chemotherapy.
Caydan's Story: A Radiothon VignetteTearing up, Caydan’s Mom recalls finding out at 20 weeks their son would be born without the left side of his heart.
Arden's Story: A Radiothon Vignette Arden was born at 32 weeks via emergency C-section because of a low fetal heart rate and at 6 weeks old she had difficulty breathing.
Ashton's Story: A Radiothon Vignette
Kaylee's Story: A Radiothon VignetteWhen Kaylee was diagnosed with Prader-Willi Syndrome, her mom’s research showed that the leading doctor to treat patients with Prader-Willi Syndrome was at SHANDS at UF. The family couldn’t have been more thankful.
Mia And Maya's Story: A Radiothon VignetteMia and Maya spent months in the NICU still developing and growing. It was two months before Lizzette and Eddie could even hold their tender babies.
Landis' Story: A Radiothon VignetteLandis was born 2 months prematurely. Landis’ mother was sent to Winnie Palmer Hospital via the high risk clinic at Winnie Palmer Hospital due to complications with her pregnancy.
Katie's Story: A Radiothon VignetteAt 12-years-old, Katie was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma (Bone Cancer). She ended up spending over 100 days/nights in the hospital for inpatient chemo.
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