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Eight years ago, 42-year-old Aundrea McElveen-Bannatyne fought to keep her 2-year-old son alive while he was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. She tended to his every need with the utmost care and now sadly, she finds herself fighting her own war with cancer. Last July she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and since then her social media following has stood behind her, dubbed the name Aundrea's Army

If you feel inspired to donate to Aundrea's fight, you can visit her GoFundMe page.

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