Meet Ashley Rohde

Ashley in the hospital
Ashley even smiles in the hospital

Muskego Storm Softball Team showing support for Ashley
The Muskego Storm Softball Team showed support for Ashley, and even made her an honorary captain

Ashley with her Grandma
Ashley with her Grandma, Shirley Rohde, who was diagnosed with lymphoma a year after Ashley was, and unfortunately passed in March of 2018

Ashley at team practiceAshley is getting back to the normal life of a 9 year old. Here she is working out with the youth prep cheer team at Rockstar Athletics in Oak Creek

Ashley

Ashley Rohde is a smiling, athletic, fun-loving 9 year old girl. She was diagnosed with Stage V, T cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma with bone marrow involvement in June of 2016. Ashley's mom, Laura, says, "It is difficult to put into words how devastating it was to receive the news." She had no symptoms except a sore shoulder. The results of a chest x-ray and CT scan revealed the devastating news of a liquid mass in her chest and in her lymph nodes. Immediately, Ashley had surgery to biopsy a mass to confirm the news.

Ashley's family
Ashley with dad Bill, mom Laura, and sister Paige

 

Ashley started a rigorous chemotherapy regime in June 2016 in order to fight this awful disease. Over the next 2 1/2 years, Ashley endured several surgeries, feeding tubes, chest tubes, chronic nausea, severe leg pain called neuropathy, multiple serious infections and what seemed like endless chemotherapy. Laura shared the great news that "after four incredibly long months of rigorous chemotherapy we were given the news that she had no evidence of disease (NED)!" Her fight is not over yet as she continued receiving chemotherapy until this November 2018. Ashley's journey hasn't been easy, but she is a fighter.

 

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