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WHAT IS A NIGHT AT THE RACES?
In April of 2015 Keri Midgley's life threw her a huge curveball. After waking up in the middle of the night and feeling numbness on one side of her body, many tests and a long hospital stay Keri was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Since last year Keri has undergone radiation, surgery, two different types of chemotherapy and is currently receiving an immunotherapy treatment at the Hillman Cancer Center in Pittsburgh. At this point her team of doctors is still searching for a treatment to best treat this tumor because of unsuccessful attempts in the past.
Needless to say, the last year of Keri’s life has been anything but normal. She
has had to take a leave from her job as a kindergarten teacher and adjust to a
“new normal” because of all the effects of treatment on her health and daily
Throughout this entire experience one thing has been steadfast – Keri’s beautiful spirit and radiating positivity. She is the most genuine person, friend, and family member anyone could ask for, especially to her two beautiful, young children. Everyone who is lucky enough to have Keri in their life is a better person for it!
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