Keegan was a year old when she was diagnosed with leukemia. Now, after 971 days of cancer treatment, 4-year-old Keegan just had her last dose of chemotherapy. Leaving the hospital that has become their second home, Keegan’s mom noticed another parent-child pair arriving for the very first time. “I had to resist the urge to walk up and hug them,” she said. “To celebrate Keegan’s No More Chemo, we want to help St. Jude give other kids the same chance at a childhood.”
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