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How This Teen Girl With A Deadly Disease Survived Shocked Her Doctors

Knowing that you have a deadly disease can make you feel depressed, but you can also treat it as a challenge that would allow you to gain more courage and confidence. Even if people are faced with such dire consequences, they do not necessarily have to give up.

And when all was seemingly lost, Michelle did not embrace death. Read on!

How This Teen Girl With A Deadly Disease Survived Shocked Her Doctors

How This Teen Girl With A Deadly Disease Survived Shocked Her Doctors

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Meet Michelle Harris. 

Meet Michelle Harris. 

Michelle Harris is an 18-year-old high school student from Chicago.

Michelle Harris was told she had lung disease.

Michelle Harris was told she had lung disease.

It all seemed like her world was about to crumble. If the treatment didn't work well, she would not be able to get a lung transplant

Thankfully, the treatment worked and she recovered well.

Thankfully, the treatment worked and she recovered well.

Her recovery was surprising because her lung disease was truly horrible and she almost died.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital provided her with the best care.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital provided her with the best care.

Once the doctors saw the condition Michelle was in, they immediately knew that she was perfect for the treatment they could give.

Michelle was at the UAB Hospital for a staggering 98 days.

Michelle was at the UAB Hospital for a staggering 98 days.

During this period, she did not lose hope and she was always optimistic.

In fact, Michelle even learned how to play the guitar.

In fact, Michelle even learned how to play the guitar.

This was also part of her therapy.

A miracle seemingly happened as her lungs recovered so well.

A miracle seemingly happened as her lungs recovered so well.

The physicians noticed that she no longer needed to have a lung transplant.

She was able to go home early before moving to Rush Hospital.

She was able to go home early before moving to Rush Hospital.

This is where she had her remaining treatment.

Doctors said that she could leave by April.

Doctors said that she could leave by April.

This was great since her senior prom was on May.

Michelle even received a free dress at a bridal shop in Birmingham.

Michelle even received a free dress at a bridal shop in Birmingham.

On May 21, she had her graduation. If the doctors at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital did not give her the best treatment, she might not have experienced all these things.

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