The Teen Moms OG star’s 18 month old daughter, Sophia, has just been diagnosed with a rare type of cancer, and is currently undergoing treatment.
The 18 month-old daughter is currently in a medically induced coma, but will be moved to a hospital for treatment once she has recovered.
This news comes just a week after the 18-month-old was diagnosed with Stage IV non-Hodgkin lymphoma, which is considered the most aggressive and aggressive type of lymphoma.
This is the first time Sophia has ever had non-melanoma skin cancer, according to her mom.
She also has Stage IV melanoma, an incurable form of cancer that is caused by a mutation of the BRCA1 gene.
Sophia has already been in the hospital for several months, but the doctor says she is doing well and that she is getting better.
Her family is devastated that this will take a toll on her life, and they are looking forward to her getting the support she needs while she recovers.
Sophia is currently on life support and her family is currently hoping for the best.
Sophia was diagnosed at just 18 months old, and was already receiving chemotherapy.
Sophia’s mom is hopeful that Sophia will be in a better place for a long time, but at this point, it’s not possible to say if that’s going to happen.
Sophia will continue to undergo chemotherapy for a number of months.
She will likely need more than a year to recuperate.
Sophia received her first chemo treatment at age 14, and received the first chemotherapy at age 17.
At 18, Sophia was already taking her own medicine, and she had been in remission for several years before she was diagnosed.
It’s unclear if Sophia will need a second chemo, but her mom says she has been in and out of the hospital on multiple occasions since her diagnosis.
Sophia and her mom are hoping that she will be well enough to make it to her 18th birthday in August.
Sophia just turned 18 on May 10, and the next day, Sophia and the family received a letter from her doctors stating that she had the first stage of the cancer.
Sophia said in an interview with the Daily Mail that she felt good the whole time, and that her chemo was very good.
She said she is not worried about any complications from her treatment.
Sophia says she feels like she has a life now.
“I’m doing a lot better than I did before, and I’m still working, and trying to make the most of it,” Sophia said.
The family plans to celebrate Sophia’s birthday on July 4, and are looking to raise $50,000 for Sophia’s medical expenses, which are expected to be in the neighborhood of $20,000.
Sophia also plans to host a fundraiser for Sophia on her birthday, and has set up a GoFundMe page for her medical expenses.
Sophia currently has a $5,000 goal for her cancer treatment.
She and her parents are hoping to raise the rest of the money on their own.
Sophia, who is the oldest daughter of MTV’s Adam and Eve and reality star Taylor Swift, is a mom to three children, Amber, 15, Alexis, 13, and Maddie, 12.
She has two younger children, who are in kindergarten.
Sophia lives in L.A. with her parents, who have also raised money for Sophia.