Raelynn Fronczak is just like any other five-year-old. She loves playing with dolls, she has a comeback for almost everything her mom says and she loves spending her spare time at the football stadium as part of Turlock Youth Cheer.
Now, however, the kindergartener is facing something far from ordinary after her family received a devastating cancer diagnosis last week. She has a DIPG tumor in her brain — something which only affects 300 children in the United States each year and has a survival time of nine months to a year.
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