The most heart-shattering thing is to see small and innocent children attacked by fatal diseases like cancer. The ages when they should be playing with their toys, they receive severe chemotherapeutic treatments to get rid of cancer. Cancer occurs irrespective of the ages and has no mercy on the tiny tots. Such merciless was the story of four little girls who fought their ways successfully through cancer. McKinley, Chloe, Ava, and Lauren are the pretty little girls who defeated cancer at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in Florida.
During their treatments in 2016, the four became fast friends in the hospital halls becoming a silver lining in the cloud for each other. At that time, they gathered for a photo shoot for the first time that had been on the fly. Ava, Lauren, and McKinley were diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and Chloe was diagnosed with a rare lung cancer at the ages of 2 and 3. The girls reunited a few days back to pose for a colossal photo.
Ava’s mother, Alyssa Luciano told that the first picture of the four friends was taken together during their active treatments when they were all bald little babies. Lauren’s mother, Shawna Glynn stated that the friendship of the girls help in easing their difficulties, like Lauren didn’t have any hair but seeing her friends look the same way provided her normalcy. Lauren’s treatment has been completed a few days back. McKinley’s mother, Karen Moore told that seeing the girls strong together was a great source of comfort for the parents.
The girls again gathered in 2017 for another photo session wearing T-shirts with printed motivational words. However, the reunion of the girls this year for the photo shoot is more meaningful as each wore gold T-shirts with “survivor” written on them providing strength and hope to other children fighting cancer in the Childhood Cancer Awareness month of September. The mothers of the fantastic four are very happy with their motivational friendship and plan to meet next year again for another photo to track their recoveries.