Imani Sippio, and her mother Chasity Phillips in Abita Springs, La., on June 17th, 2015. In 2002, Phillips was diagnosed with incurable bone cancer in her chest; despite being terminally ill, she has managed to live a rich, full life with pain management. "There was nothing I wasn't willing to do to have one more day with my child," said Phillips of her diagnosis.
Imani Sippio, and her mother Chasity Phillips in Abita Springs, La., on June 17th, 2015. In 2002, Phillips was diagnosed with incurable bone cancer in her chest; despite being terminally ill, she has managed to live a rich, full life with pain management. "There was nothing I wasn't willing to do to have one more day with my child," said Phillips of her diagnosis. Bryan Tarnowski McClatchy
Imani Sippio, and her mother Chasity Phillips in Abita Springs, La., on June 17th, 2015. In 2002, Phillips was diagnosed with incurable bone cancer in her chest; despite being terminally ill, she has managed to live a rich, full life with pain management. "There was nothing I wasn't willing to do to have one more day with my child," said Phillips of her diagnosis. Bryan Tarnowski McClatchy

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