Saturday, September 19, 2009


Molly speaking at the NB conference
Molly with her brothers Billy and Mike

Molly in motion ( on the left)
Molly meeting Mia Michaels from SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE
Molly at diagnosis

Meet Molly , a 15 year neuroblastoma survivor!!!! It so amazing to type those words. Molly is know in every neuroblastoma circle, she is an inspiration, a miracle !

Molly was diagnosed with stage 3 neuroblastoma at 13 months old, 9 November 1993. Unresectable tumor, bad histology , poor shimada, n-myc non amplified

She is seen regularly at the Late Term effects clinic in Minneapolis to monitor her heart and any other possible late effects. Her doctors highly recommend lots of physical she continues to Dance...Dance and then more dance. She also played an 8 month season of girls hockey in 2006!

Molly loves Life, ice Hockey and more then anything loves to dance! Molly and her amazing devoted Mom have been involved in countless fundraisers and awareness campaigns. To name a few, Lunch for life, Alex's lemonade stand , dance for life, and The Loneliest road campaign.

Each year a conference specialising in all things to do wtih neuroblastoma, happens in Chicago. Molly and Mary are a huge part of the success of the conferece, with Molly speaking about her experience, giving other children and famililes hope.

Molly and Mary, thank you , thank you from all the children and families across the world fighting cancer - thank you for standing up for those who need it most, thank you for creating so much awareness and being so involved in raising funds to lead to the cure! We continue to follow Molly's fantastic journey of healing and inpsiration with great faith and excitment! God Bless, all our love and best wishes, always!
Go and have a look at Mollys wesbite for awesome photos and links for fundraisers


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