Olivia was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a brain tumor, a few months before she turned seven. After undergoing brain surgery, Olivia developed Posterior Fossa Syndrome—also known as cerebellar mutism—which can cause problems with speech, motor skills and mood regulation. She is a tough fighter who is focused on relearning many of the skills she lost.
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