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Meet Audrey.

The diagnosis shook Audrey’s family to the core. Their 11-month-old infant had Neuroblastoma. Chemotherapy and blood and platelet transfusions followed. Despite the diagnosis and treatment, there was no slowing this little fighter down. Two months after her diagnosis this energetic young girl was not only crawling, but walking, too.

Audrey has been in remission for 10 years and isn’t afraid to face new challenges. She was recently diagnosed with an advanced form of scoliosis, a genetic condition where Audrey’s spine to grow in a curve. Her surgery to correct it and recovery will take place at her local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.

Audrey has a passionate spirit and participates in her hometown improv group, sharing her humor with everyone she meets. Her story means a lot to families going through the same thing. “I want to help children and find a cure,” she says.

Funds from Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals have helped equip life-saving oncology services and a new state-of-the-art surgery center, which allow kids like Audrey to heal and thrive close to home.