At Braden Kramer Foundation, Super Heroes are the children who have been diagnosed with cancer. The activities they like to do for fun are just like any other child. Children with cancer hope for the same things that healthy children hope for—they dream of going to college, learning, and living a happy life. But cancer tries to get in the way.
Regardless of circumstances, pediatric cancer patients push through which is why they are our super heroes!
Meet our Super Hero #1
Elise was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia(AML) in February of 2017. On April 22, 2017, she received a bone marrow transplant from a gracious donor from Britain. After the transplant, Elise acquired peanut allergy because the donor was allergic to peanuts. Elise laughed and said she is also speaking with an accent and suddenly enjoys tea and crumpets haha.
As you can tell, Elise has had a very positive outlook throughout her pediatric cancer journey. Throughout all of this, she had continued with her high school education and was able to walk at graduation in May 2017. She continued her education at a University where she is studying Art Therapy.
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