Maleree Mae loves “pink, arts & crafts, dancing, her Mommy, her Daddy, boating, dogs, cats, butterflies and Jesus.” When her Daddy asked what she wants to be when she grows up, her answer was “to be a good person.” June 3, 2016 she was diagnosed with a life-threatening, aggressive high-grade glioma brain cancer.
UC Davis put out feelers to Boston, UCSF, Oakland, St. Judes and New York looking for an available surgeon. Her father, Kelly Chambers, basically walked away from his muffler shop that he has owned and operated for the past 25 years, to be with his precious daughter. We continue to pray for a miracle from the God she loves.
This is her cancer story:
The first MRI since surgery came back clean.
Time to celebrate! So thankful for everyone’s prayers.
MRI Stress has become a new given. Starting during the approaching weeks, as soon as the appointment date is known. But the second MRI came back clean!
We are so thankful!!
The third MRI done Still clean! No sign of the tumor coming back. It was a good day!!
The fourth MRI is complete and clean!! No sign of the tumor. YAY!! Now it's time to get back to work with my Daddy on our latest project for my foundation.
Maleree is still cancer free. Thank God, another clean MRI!
Hell Yaa!! Maleree's report shows her MRI CLEAR!! No Cancer!! That means we get another 3 month hall pass!!
Devastating News! The MRI shows Maleree's tumor is back! Waiting on the UCSF tumor board to meet and discuss next steps.
Meanwhile life of a eight year old continues…
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