Two-year-old Remi was showing signs of fatigue and bruising on her legs, which resulted in a trip to the ER in October 2018. That same night she was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). Remi is currently in treatment in Atlanta, which is some distance from her home, creating challenges for her family as they balance work with long stays in the hospital.
Remi has a 5-year-old brother and she enjoys dancing, going outside, and playtime with other kids. Her treatment has limited her ability to play outside and be around other children.
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