Most of you guys should hopefully know who this beautiful little girl is. If you don’t her name is Talia. She is a gorgeous, inspiring, love able, laughable, courageous girl. She brought so much more attention to childhood cancer. As you can see, she suffered from cancer.. Not just one type but two. Neuroblastoma and pre leukemia. The chances of surviving both of these was a lot less that 30%, because the survival rate of neuroblastoma alone was 30%. Little Talia lost her batter July 16, at 11:22am. All she wanted in her life was to raise awareness for cancer, and that she did.. And will continue to do. Please go to Angels for Talia on Facebook and search for TaliaJoy18 on youtube& Instagram to learn more about her story and see what you can do to help her mom and sissy live out Talia’s dreams. Talia is pain free finally after six long years but she wanted so much more in her life. She wanted a clothing and make up line, and SO Much more. Her mom and sister could use help.. I’m not sure how but they could. Talia changed tons of people’s lives and touched many heart, including mine. She made me realize I want to be a Pediatric Oncologist Practitioner. I will never forget her for leading me to my future and being so strong and inspiring. Please pray for her momma and sissy. Love you babygirl, watch over your family and the little ones that are in the situation you battle so hard to get out of. 💖💔

It is with a heavy heart that we share with all of you that Talia has earned her wings at 11:22am. Please lift her beautiful soul, her beautiful light to heaven and please send your love and prayers to her family during this most difficult time. God speed little one, may you be free from pain and suffering, may your soul feel the light and love that you brought to so many of us on this Earth during the short time you were her with us. We will miss you more than you will ever know baby girl.

Fly high, angel. ♥

Praying for peace and comfort for this sweet girl. It absolutely breaks my heart to see that her long fight against childhood cancer is coming to a close soon. I hope little Talia knows how many lives she’s touched and how big her mark on the world will always be.

In loving memory of the beautiful Talia Castellano. Though many people will say you lost your battle with cancer today, I believe you won. Your cancer did not define you, it didn’t change you, and it didn’t get you down. You used that cancer. You used it to spread awareness for childhood cancer as well as to inspire others and remind us to “just keep swimming.” In an interview for The Truth 365, you said that in 100 years you wanted to be remembered as “the bubbly girl who wanted to do something about childhood cancer,” Talia, not only did you do that, but so much more. You will be remembered as the beautiful girl, inside and out, who inspired and captivated the world. You’ll always be in our hearts.