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At 13 years old, Jordan developed a painful lump on her knee. Initially diagnosed as a sports injury, her condition worsened, prompting further investigation. She was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer. This led to intensive chemotherapy and a complex surgery to replace her knee and part of her leg with a titanium prosthetic. Despite rigorous treatment, the cancer spread to her lungs.

In June 2013, over 20 metastatic tumors were discovered in her lungs. Subsequent surgeries and chemotherapy were unable to halt the cancer's progression. In February 2014, we were told that her treatment was no longer effective, and she had only a few months left. On April 9, 2014, at the age of 16, Jordan gained her angel wings.

Throughout her journey, Jordan remained a vibrant, smiling teenager who loved music and always supported the other children she met at the hospital. Her wish was for us to continue to help others facing similar challenges. In her memory, we established Jordan’s Weeones to support families of children with cancer.

Jordan's legacy is her unwavering spirit and love of life, inspiring us to continue her mission of helping others.

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