- 3-year-old Quinn Elsa had the misfortune of being diagnosed with cancer early 2016 and her family was torn apart
- Kenyans of goodwill came together in large numbers and raised funds to give Elsa a chance to fight for her life
- She successfully managed to go to India for the bone marrow transplant and is now back home for the first time since 2016
NAIJ.com gathered that doctors who previously attended to 3-year-old Quin Elsa when she was diagnosed with cancer, were stunned by her recovery.
The 3-year-old is finally back home following the successful bone marrow transplant she had in India recently.
She was welcomed at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, with Ndungu Nyoro and Gladys Kamande who just recently returned from India after a successful treatment.
She arrived back to Kenya accompanied by her mum on Monday, April 10, but she will reportedly be travelling back to India every four months for review.
She is now set to resume school and be able to participate in many activities kids engage in.
Elsa's story is one of the success stories that remind us of what patriotism and unconditional love is all about.
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