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Brain cancer no match for 7-year-old Aubree Sutton

September 13, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

“I was sad because I lost my hair, but my daddy told me that hair don’t make the person, the person makes the hair,” said the 7-year-old cancer survivor.

(WLBT) - Two columns of cheerleaders lined the way to the limousine as a tiny bald girl walked down the middle.

“Way to go, Aubree, way to go!” the cheerleaders chanted.

They were cheering for Aubree Sutton, 7 years old.

Kendra Sutton said when she heard her daughter’s diagnosis, it almost felt like the end of the world.

Aubree is a fighter.

We’re just grateful, we’re thankful, that she beat cancer,” said Sutton.

Aubree didn’t just beat it, she did it in style.

“I was sad because I lost my hair, but my daddy told me that hair don’t make the person, the person makes the hair,” she said, with a wisdom beyond her years.

It was tough, she said, especially the needles.

But you gotta be done what’s done so you can get better,” she said.

Family friend Candice Pippens said when she showed up and the parking lot was full of cars, with almost no open , it hit her right in the heart.

“When I pulled on this lot, this was more than I could ever imagine,” she said.

Aubree said she’ll be glad to be home, and that brave little girl already knows what her next big plan is going to be.

“When my Pawpaw puts my pool up, I’m going to invite all my friends to have a pool party with me,” she said.

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