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Aug 23, 2016

Wish Kids Going Back to School: Camryn

We know "Back to School" can take on a new meaning for our wish kids, especially after they've missed school to undergo treatment. We heard from four wish kids who shared with us their Back to School Experience.

This is Camryn. She received a bone marrow transplant and beat a rare autoimmune condition. Here she talks about going back to school after six months of isolation following her transplant and her excitement (and anxiety) about starting her first year of high school. We know Camryn will have a great year!

Check out other Back to School Stories.

Jessica

Micah

Levi


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