GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) They’re often referred to as miracle children: kids who beat the odds of cancer and other illnesses, with help from the team at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital.
One of those miracle children is Lydia. At the age of three, her mother noticed Lydia’s eyes bouncing. They were referred to Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, where an MRI revealed a brain tumor. The tumor is inoperable because of it’s location. Lydia had to have chemotherapy almost every week and her odds for a full recovery were not good. Now two years later, the tumor has shrunk and vision in her good eye is 20/20. Lydia and her family still go to Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital on a regular basis for MRIs to make sure the tumor remains stable.
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