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“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Lexi was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma when she was just 18 months old. Her tumor was on the base of her tongue and later turned into Ectomesenchymoma. Lexi spent most of her time in the hospital. She endured many surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, scans, blood draws, and the list goes on and on. Her last chemotherapy dose was adult strength because they didn’t have anything else to fight her cancer. Alexandria did have about a year of remission from 2014-2015 before it came back more aggresive than ever. In December of 2015 she had a major oral surgery to remove the tumor. With this she also lost 95 percent of her tongue, but this was our last hope. She seemed to be healing great. Out of nowhere on February 13, 2016 we lost our baby girl due to a pulmonary embolis ( a common side effect to cancer). Through it all she was able to smile, dance, put crazy make-up on, and take care of her baby doll. Her beautifully strong spirit will always live on.” – Elizabeth G


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