I'm a 13-year-old cancer survivor. Finding the 'angels' in my life helped me cope

Sadie Keller was diagnosed with Acute lymphoblastic leukemia at age seven, and six years later, she has made it her mission to help fight childhood cancer.
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Ice survives chow to cancer and no matter how hard against your never. When you. Can't hear me lab over. You know the house. Celebratory and and they can't. It I can choose to not get cancer. Because. I feel like it's just count me sound. And I love you drinking so much they can't imagine might like any other way. Whenever you help others you know any situation here and we're airing. It can dislike helping sell my house whenever I was on your treatment. My favorite things yeah it was too may treats during nurses and doctors. In honestly it may be forward to going to keep my weeks I feel like. He's doing something nice for someone else can put a smile on their face and I'm your face you. And drank cold weather people hand you my HTTP guests are happening in and helping. Its. The second thing is to find any angels in New York eighty day column yesterday whenever you're having a hard time in the top clicking it. So I don't like to go and are on those and I are healthy. I'm your tax. My passion surrounding cancer and I come up to my secret and I love to criminal. And you know you might be going through something totally different or you don't even have to meet and cashing could be literally any meaning he wanted or. Helping other kids and knowing what they have on there has really like made me want to. I'm on Capitol Hill or different. Lies an ax to also help them in the kids to be diagnosed in the future with answers. Hamas acts or you know they happen. Bigger chances. The important thing is he trying stay positive and I noted that is so hard to it was actually really hard times. Oh my way back I am I like to do you can't he can't escape it is to make a list of things angry. I know whenever I was telling you he now and feeling terrible. The last thing I want to the UST stay positive and be happy. But I kind of what I I was. Trying to stay positive and how I did that was honestly light. Helping others trying to take my mind up everything was going on around me ends just trying to keep my mind now helps meal. Trying to be normal again it wouldn't just help me try and stay positive and the big. When you press and hospital I would just get out and admirals all day and honestly would make me just heal so much better. So even if you just likes it outs I work I can just get some fresh air or go for a little walk around your neighborhood or city. It can really help some time. Also whenever you exercise it releases indoor and switches. Or running. In so I feel like just getting up in new being can't really make a difference every. I know that liking can't take any burglary and you know what I say a lot it I can she is not answer. Really it's just helps me sound acts and ninety so much they can't imagine life any other way.

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