Radiothon Vignettes

mackenzieuse

Makenzie’s Story: A Radiothon Vignette

Makenzie was diagnosed with a rare kidney disease that she battled for 4 years before starting dialysis.

12/13/2013

samuse

Sam’s Story: A Radiothon Vignette

Sam is an amazing 12 year old young man who over the course of his life has endured 25 surgeries for spina bifida.

12/13/2013

laurenuse

Lauren’s Story: A Radiothon Vignette

Lauren was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and underwent chemotherapy for 8 months followed by a bone marrow transplant in Spring of 2012.

12/13/2013

isabellause

Isabella’s Story: A Radiothon Vignette

Born 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.

12/13/2013

hannahuse

Hannah’s Story: A Radiothon Vignette

Hannah was diagnosed with Stage 5 Wilm’s Tumor of both of her kidneys and underwent 40 weeks of chemotherapy.

12/13/2013

caydan

Caydan’s Story: A Radiothon Vignette

Tearing up, Caydan’s Mom recalls finding out at 20 weeks their son would be born without the left side of his heart.

12/13/2013

Arden

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.

12/13/2013

radiothon

Ashton’s Story: A Radiothon Vignette

Ashton was transported by the Arnold Palmer transport team the night she was born due to her intestines being on the outside of her body. Ashton had her first surgery at 3 days old and […]

12/13/2013

Kaylee

Kaylee’s Story: A Radiothon Vignette

When 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.

12/14/2012

Mia and Maya

Mia And Maya’s Story: A Radiothon Vignette

Mia 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.

12/14/2012

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