I See You: Child Cancer Survivor Becomes Nurse At Hospital That Treated Her

24-year-old Montana Brown was diagnosed at age 2 with a rare form of connective tissue cancer called Rabdomyosarcoma. 

She was treated at Atlanta's CHOA's Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center for one year. After successful treatment, she led a normal childhood until 13 years later when her cancer returned during her freshman year of high school. Brown went into remission once again and the hospital held a special place in her heart. 

After studying pediatric oncology, Brown became a nurse and got a job at the very hospital that treated her. 


She shared her excitement with Facebook and we're so excited for her! 


We see you, Montana Brown! 

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