Nora Sabella Death – Nora Sabella, a resident of Youngstown, Ohio, and the beloved daughter of Amy Ventresco Sabella passed away on Sunday, April 30th, 2023. Nora Sabella died courageously following a longtime battle with cancer. She was announced dead by her beloved mother on Sunday through a social media publication that read “Nora laid down her sword this morning at 5:50 am. She was brave and fought until the end.”
About Nora Sabella
Nora was a girl from Boardman, Ohio, who was 8 years old. Nora loves to dance. Since the end of her main treatment in 2019, she has been dancing. She likes dancing. This summer, she also started swimming with the summer swim team. Nora is 6 years old. When she watches Paw Patrol, she likes to eat a PB&J sandwich, ice cream, or some Cheetos. She loves to play with her LOL Surprise Dolls and lets her mind wander when she paints or makes crafts.
Nora is the best friend of her bigger sister because she is funny and kind. She also went to kindergarten and graduated because she is smart. When Nora was 4 years old and went to the doctor for a checkup, her parents were surprised to see that her blood levels were low. Since she just found out she has celiac disease and is picky about what she eats, they weren’t too worried. Nora said that her arm hurt sometimes, but the doctor couldn’t figure out why, so the family went on their way.
NORA WARRIOR PRINCESS
Nora seemed fine after she got over a fever, but her mom didn’t notice how big her daughter’s stomach looked until one night when she was taking a bath. The look on the doctor’s face proved what their family had been most afraid of. The official diagnosis was stage IV high-risk neuroblastoma, which was given to her by Akron Children’s Hospital. Since she was told she had cancer in January 2018, Nora has been through a lot of care.
She has had six rounds of chemotherapy to start the treatment, a stem-cell transplant, 12 rounds of radiation, six doses of immunotherapy, and many surgeries and scans. She finished this treatment in March 2019, and Dr. Streby at Nationwide Children’s Hospital soon after started a DMFO trial. Nora seemed to be free of cancer for a few months. Unfortunately, she recently relapsed and started chemo again.
Nora Sabella’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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