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.
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.
Ashton's Story: A Radiothon Vignette
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.
Lauren's Story: A Radiothon VignetteLauren’s coronary heart disease (CHD) was discovered when she was born after Winnie Palmer Hospital did standard testing. Lauren was then transferred from Winnie Palmer Hospital to Arnold Palmer Hospital when she was two days old for surgery.
Maleah's Story: A Radiothon VignetteMaleah began life as a healthy little girl who only had the occasional cold. But at 3-years-0ld, Maleah was sent to Arnold Palmer ER due to swollen glands and a rapid increase in white blood cell counts.
Justice's Story: A Radiothon VignetteValerie gained an angel, and a miracle with the birth of her twins. Born prematurely, Justice lost her sister just eight hours after their birth.