The Lantz Family
How she spent most of the time inpatient.
Rashes from the antibody leaving her system.
One shot per day for 7 days post-inpatient treatment.
Recovering on the couch with her BFF, Hank.
In 2017, Caroline was diagnosed with Stage IV, High-Risk Neuroblastoma: an aggressive, solid-tumor cancer that spread throughout almost all of her body, including her bone marrow. She completed a 2-year clinical trial (called DFMO) in April 2021, and relapsed in April 2022. She is currently a patient at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN; this blog documents her journey.
Love our girl! Lots of love prayers and support sweet Caroline 💜😊💛ReplyDelete
Prayers to Caroline and her family for strength!!ReplyDelete
Sending so many prayers of love and strength 🙏🏻 ❤️ReplyDelete
My prayers continue…I’m just so sad she looks so sick from the treatments. My heart goes out to Caroline.ReplyDelete
Love and prayers to you Caroline ❤️ReplyDelete
Praying for sweet Caroline! Sending big hugs!❤️ReplyDelete
Sweet little Caroline you are in my constant prayers, God Bless YouReplyDelete
Praying for Caroline and your family.ReplyDelete
Praying for you all. I am Mrs Young’s aunt and have added you to a prayer group.ReplyDelete
Heartbreaking to see Caroline in pain 😞 We are lifting your family up in prayers and good vibes for sleep and rest at home.ReplyDelete
Prayers to Caroline as well as all families involved - added her to my daily prayer listReplyDelete
Praying for Caroline! Many prayers that her side effects go away quickly and she gains her strength back very soon.ReplyDelete
May God’s hands be wrapped around the little sweetheart. Caroline is a fighter, we love her!ReplyDelete
Tell her, her camp counselor from last summer, Kricket is praying over her.