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We are now 24 days away from the National Brain Tumor Walk, taking place in Boston on October 22nd!
As you know by now our baby sis Malia (Mia) was diagnosed in 2019 with a very rare malignant brain tumor, Grade 3 Anaplastic Astrocytoma, incurable.
As a young wife and momma of 3, the youngest being 4 months old, we were all devastated.
Her journey and fight started with headaches, fainting, numbness in her limbs and eventually falling, just to name a few.
We all diagnosed her with postpartum hormonal changes, exhaustion, lymes disease and even just being dehydrated.
We were so wrong.
After about a month of these symptoms she finally got the news that we never thought it could be.
Thankfully she was able to get the resources and treatment that her Doctors thought best for her.
It has now been 4 years since her diagnosis and Mia is truly a blessing and inspiration to us to live life to its fullest!
So to those that have donated, supported with words of encouragement and even joining our team (over 20 of us right now) to walk on October 22, we surpassed our goal!
Because of you we will continue to fight and find a cure to help others live their best life!
We thank each and everyone of you and look forward to those that will be joining us!!
Mia, you are a rock and a lil spitfire
Love you much!! #miastrong
National Brain Tumor Society is fiercely committed to finding a cure for brain tumors. They are aggressively driving strategic research; advocating for public policies that meet the critical needs of the brain tumor community; and providing comprehensive patient, family and caregiver resources. Your support ensures this important work will continue.
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