Check out this incredible session of Kathryn and her adorable family from Bridget Laudien Photography. Kathryn was diagnosed with Breast Cancer at just 30 years old with a rare gene mutation Li-Fraumeni Syndrome which causes multiple cancers so after her breast cancer treatment is complete, she will have to monitor for additional cancers.
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Check out this adorable session from Aiste of Bee Me Photography of Danielle. Danielle was diagnosed with a rare cancer called adrenocortical carcinoma when she was an elementary school music teacher.
Check out this amazing session of King and his family from Candace of PhotoStory Collections. King was diagnosed at 2 years old with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and he is now 5 years old and still fighting.
Thank you to Kelly Pacic Photography for this beautiful session of Cynthia and her son. Cynthia has tumors in her brain as well as in her lungs.
Check out this amazing session from Christine from Lila C Photography of Jerry and his family. Jerry was diagnosed Stage 3 Esophagus Cancer and Thyroid Cancer.
Thank you to Lacy from Landre Photography for this beautiful session of Stephanie and her family. Stephanie had a mass removed from her brain and then was diagnosed with Undifferentiated Ewing-Like Sarcoma. She has undergone 12 rounds of intensive Chemotherapy.
A huge thank you to Photography by Christina for this lovely session of Shawn and his family. Shawn was diagnosed with Stage 3 Testicular Cancer that had spread to his lungs.
Check out this adorable session of Johanna and her family from Melissa at Icarian Photography. Johanna was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, triple negative, Stage 3 and after completing her treatment and receiving clear scans she received the devastating news that she had a reoccurrence.
Thank you to Rachel Rooney Photography for this lovely session of Bob and his beautiful family. Bob was diagnosed with Glioblastoma.
Bob was diagnosed with Stage 4 prostate cancer back in 2014 and recently moved into hospice care. A huge thank you to Grace Jones Photography for this wonderful gift!