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I am inspired by children who battle cancer. Here I keep a diary of their stories and the influence they have left on me.

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Camilla has grown her beautiful angel wings. I've been following Camilla's journey for about 2 weeks. She was receiving treatment in Shands Children's Hospital in Gainesville, where Kate gets immunotherapy. Camilla had been fighting neuroblastoma, the same aggressive cancer which has been the subject in my other posts too. Her cancer was spread to her body. She was only 18 months old. 18 months is too early for anything. For anything... I'm very sad she haven't had enough time on earth. She was supposed to grow up, go to school, enjoy cartoons and cupcakes, dance at birthday parties, hug her parents, and do countless more. It's not fair.. My heart aches for the family.

You will never be forgotten, Camilla!

Fb: Camilla Landow

My heart is terribly broken. I can't get rid off the lump in my throat. Callie has become an Angel Baby. I loved following her story, watching live updated, seeing her playing with Peppa Pig toys, hearing her giggles. I was looking forward to see positive news from the clinical trials. I got fascinated by her strength and sassy self. I will so much miss her and many things about her. It is now so much heavier to listen to her favorite song and to watch Peppa Pig.

Angel baby. I love you, I do.

Today, I am deeply heartbroken by the news of Eislyn gaining her angel wings.

Eislyn was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in November 2019 when she was one year old. Unfortunately the bone marrow transplant she received didn't work and she relapsed. She left Boston Children's to go home on hospice in July 2020. Since then she had been enjoying her unknown time left with her family, having adventures, making memories, smiling in all photos posted on Facebook. On 24th September she got to see her 2nd birthday, which I am both happy and sad about it. It happened to be her 2nd and last birthday on the earth. 2 extremely short years.. Life is unfair! Why did she ever have to give such huge battle in her little lifespan while there are millions out there, who don't even deserve to live, enjoying easy and long life?

It always makes me go insane as I see that Eislyn and children like her are totally oblivious to what is happening to them and how much time left they have. Eislyn kept fighting so hard till the very end without knowing about her condition. She has become an inspiration to me to remember forever by showing her beautiful smiles, strength and spirit of never give up. I also like her fantastic unique name that means Dream.

I will keep watching her memories on the Fb page: Eislyn Strong

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