1. @Bad Lingam Massage islame is loosing on all accounts, LOL. Noone wants that pagan pdf file you worship.

    2. Such a sweet little girl.. i hope she gets to live a long life because she is going to have a great positive impact on all her friends and people around her. People who live through things like this will not be mean or a bully

  1. What a sweet little girl. May you have a long and happy life Ava!!! I couldn’t help but smile listening to her story and what she had to say! A little ray of sunshine β˜€οΈ Her mother is a great advocate.

    One of the reasons childhood cancer uses outdated meds is because medical research on children is extremely frowned upon. We have to create an ethical way to green light these resources. A lot of the people make it out to be profit based, or β€œbig pharma”, but that’s a gross misrepresentation and a small piece of a larger puzzle. Research is at the core, it’s also an issue of ethics β€” stringent ethical boards have highlighted the multitude of moral implications of testing exclusively pediatric drugs. Adults going through initial drug trials can go through A LOT. Putting children through that is a moral dilemma and science is split on what to do β€” use adults as initial phase of a drug, gather tons of data, and then hope it translates well to children is what the route currently is.

    -research scientist in neurology drug dev. Drug dev is much longer and grueling than people outside of the field realize.

    1. Thanks for adding more information about the ethical issues that come w/ developing & testing new cancer drugs for children. The pharma companies who want to test a promising treatment for a childhood cancer also don’t get the government funding that drugs for adults get. Something needs to change to break through these barriers. I wonder if President Biden’s β€œCancer Moon Shot” would be a place to start. I believe that he cares deeply about helping people of all ages. It’s worth looking into.β€οΈβ€πŸ©ΉπŸŒ·πŸ’œπŸŒΊβ€οΈπŸŒΈπŸ’šπŸ™

  2. Such a brave, beautiful little girl. So glad she was tough enough to kick the cancer to the curb. She’s the toughest of the tough.
    Wishing you a speedy recovery from Delaware.

  3. Pediatric oncology ward is so sad heartbreaking I will never forget my experience with my daughter
    God bless this beautiful little girl

  4. You are sooooooo amazing Ava. Keep going and know we are praying and sending white light to embrace you and get you all better. πŸ˜ŠπŸ’œπŸ™

  5. It’s with all childhood illnesses. It’s really sad.
    You are so brave baby girl. My prayers are with you. πŸ™β™₯️

  6. Ava your a strong brave precious little angel may you live a happy blessed long life you are such a warrior…. To Ava’s mom my heart and prayers go out to you and thank you so much for educating us about the awareness of the outdated treatment for these precious little babies no family should have to adore this but my heart prayers go out to eat and every one of you….. πŸ™

  7. I been through chemo and i know how hard it was. I was 23 when i went in for the treatment and even I at that time wanted to go home too… I’m happy to see that you’re still able to keep that beautiful smile after such an unfortunate event. But because of it, you are now one of the strongest people and nothing can stop you from doing what you love now. Stay strong and stay healthy. You are an inspiration for everyone going through the same thing. Especially for older people like me. #Avastrong❀

  8. 😒 it’s so hard words can’t explain how you feel as a parent seeing your baby go through this praying to god that they’ll be okay.

  9. It always tears me apart to see children like her being forced to endure things that no child should ever have to go thru. I hope & pray to God that little Ava can win her battle & live a long healthy life free of that horrific illnessπŸ™

    1. Pray to what god? Wasn’t it this god of yours that gave this innocent child the cancer?! You’re ridiculous!!!!

    2. @Robert Telarket God doesn’t β€œgive” any body an illness. You obviously don’t believe in any kind of deity so why get testy? Calm down you’re ridiculous.

  10. My son had cancer when he was 3. We lived in the hospital over 5 months. My son turned 46 this past May. The treatments are out dated. I pray they find a cure for cancer. God bless this little girl.

    1. Your son is the same age as my older son. I cannot imagine what that was like for you. Thank the Lord he recovered and has reached this age!! God bless and keep all those suffering from cancer, and especially children. It is a wicked condition, and our legislators need to recognize the horrors it wreaks upon families of children who are its victims, and invest many more millions in research.

  11. I’m less than 3 minutes in and I’m already bawling. That little waif is so beautiful, and everything, every expression on her innocent little face, reminds me of my daughter when she was that age.

  12. What a sweetheart! Thanks for educating us on the realities of the situation with children and cancer meds. I’m glad to see she is feeling ok now right now❀All the best in the future . I can help more because I you made me more aware

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