Kelly April Tyrrell | The News Journal
Molly Anderson was diagnosed with leukemia when she was 5 years old. For nearly three long years, she underwent chemotherapy, steroid treatment, regular trips to the hospital and watched young friends die.
Molly, now 10, has been free of cancer since September 2010. But her mother, Kristen, finds it difficult sometimes, even now, to drive under the iron gate leading into Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, where Molly was treated.
That’s because, sometimes, long after the cancer is gone, many families struggle with the experience in much the same way a soldier struggles with a …