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Health & Fit 4 little girls who beat cancer reunite at hospital for touching photo

22:36  18 september  2018
22:36  18 september  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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Four little girls who all faced cancer together at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in Florida reunited earlier this month to pose for a monumental photo . The first time the four girls , now all between ages 4 and 5, gathered together for a photo shoot was in September 2016, and they were

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a little girl posing for a photo: The four friends, who first met in 2016 while undergoing treatment, reunited for the touching photo during Childhood Cancer Awareness month.© ©Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. Contact Allyn DiVito, Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital... The four friends, who first met in 2016 while undergoing treatment, reunited for the touching photo during Childhood Cancer Awareness month.

Four little girls who all faced cancer together at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in Florida reunited earlier this month to pose for a monumental photo.

“They were all on active treatment the first time we did this,” Alyssa Luciano, whose daughter Ava was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, like her friends Lauren and McKinley, told Fox 13 News. “It’s amazing to see how far they’ve come from being bald little babies.”

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- Four little girls recently reunited for one very special photo shoot in Florida. McKinley, Chloe, Ava and Lauren, all between the ages of 4 and 5, beat The girls ’ mothers said the children found comfort and normalcy in one another as they fought cancer . The children will reportedly return to the hospital

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The fourth member of their group, Chloe, was diagnosed with a rare lung cancer at around the same time.

The first time the four girls, now all between ages 4 and 5, gathered together for a photo shoot was in September 2016, and they were all dressed in pink. According to the hospital's blog, the photo shoot had been on the fly, but the girls became fast friends in the hospital halls during treatment.

In September 2017, they gathered again for a special photo wearing T-shirts with motivational words on them. But this time, the girls were all able to don gold "survivor" T-shirts, making the photo even more meaningful.

“We’re done,” Lauren’s mom, Shawna Glynn, told the news outlet. “She just rang the bell to signify that she has completed her treatment this past Monday.”

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The girls became fast friends in the hospital halls during treatment and had gathered for previous photos , but this time all four wore shirts © The Associated Press In this Aug. 16, 2010 file photo a nurse looks on from a window of the Giulesti hospital following a fire that left 5 newborn babies dead.

Four little girls who all faced cancer together at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in Florida reunited earlier this month to pose for a In September 2017, they gathered again for a special photo wearing T-shirts with motivational words on them. But this time, the girls were all able to don gold

Glynn said the circumstances surrounding the girls’ friendship made it easier for them to cope.

“She’s 3 years old and doesn’t have any hair, but all of her friends in the hospital look the same way so it kind of gave her some normalcy.”

McKinley’s mom, Karen Moore, said it was also reassuring to the parents, who quickly realized they weren’t alone.

“Just having other moms to relate to has been phenomenal,” she told Fox 13 News. “Just to have other people going through it at the same as us.”

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month, and the moms said they plan to meet again next year for another photo to track the girls’ recoveries.

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