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“She helped us realize things could be OK.”
Grace was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at three years old, and according to her mom, Autumn, she fearlessly faced nearly two-and-a-half years of intense chemotherapy and showed her family that things could be—would be—OK.
For her five-year remission anniversary, Grace wanted to give back by running a hot pink lemonade stand. Her stand was elevated by local news and turned into a statewide effort, and she raised $4,000 for the LLS Oklahoma City chapter.
This summer, Grace was released from her oncologist after 11 years. She is thriving as an athlete, top student, and hopes to enter the medical field. She inspires others with her cancer journey and was even an honored hero for her local LLS Students of the Year gala.
“Cancer blindsided me like a hard-hit playing football, but I refused to let cancer win.”
Kyle was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at age 17 in 2019, putting his college plans and a dream scholarship on hold. With the support of his family, friends, and the Savannah State football program, Kyle tackled chemotherapy and radiation treatments, never giving up hope that he would be back on the field.
Kyle and his mom, Kenya, credit the guidance and community provided by LLS with being a major player in his journey towards remission. And with the LLS Co-Pay Assistance Program and fundraisers, Kyle’s family emerged from this experience debt-free.
By 2021, Kyle joined his teammates on the offensive line months after he rang his remission bell in December 2020. He also volunteers and shares his story through LLS Community to inspire other patients.
The Impact You Help LLS Make
In Memory of Mary Elizabeth
I will spend the rest of my life sharing Mary’s story to make a difference.
LLS gives people what they need most—hope.
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