My daughter Savannah was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) back in 2007 at the age of 7, she went through hell and back to say the least, but she took it like a trooper, there were many sleepless nights, there were many nights of crying and Savannah saying to us "why me"...but that only lasted about a month, for the next 3yrs she decided that she was going to be as positive about her illness as she could, andmy goodness she did, when she was in the hospital for long stays she would go and visit the other sick children to brighten up their day and try to make them feel better all the while she was in severe pain herself. The Dr's and Nurses adored Savannah they used to say "its patients like Savannah that make their job worth while. Savannah made lots of friends while going through her chemotherapy treatments, sadly she lost a few of her friends who didn't beat their illness, that made Savannah so grateful that she has made it through this tough time in her childhood, she lost 3yrs of her childhood due to her illness, she had to basically be in a bubble, she couldn't go or do anything because her immune system was extremely weak. Its been 2 1/2 yrs since Savannah's last chemo treatment, she is 12 yrs old and is in great health, she has a few things that she has to deal with from the effects of her treatments, but all in all she doing very well! I think her attitude and her positive thoughts through her journey helped her get through this hard time, and thats what she likes others to know, it 90% our attitude and 10% whats happens to us, she sents many caring thoughts to those who are going through the same journey right now! Much Love, The Brusa Family!