Amanda Aiello, second from right, stands between her parents, Shannon Aiello, left, and Dana Aiello, right, with members of a team from Broward Health's STARS program who helped her transition back to school after she beat cancer. They are, from left, Kasey Castro, a child life specialist, Joan Schreier, an art therapist, and Melissa Stachowiak, a Broward Health pediatric oncology social worker.
Amanda Aiello, second from right, stands between her parents, Shannon Aiello, left, and Dana Aiello, right, with members of a team from Broward Health's STARS program who helped her transition back to school after she beat cancer. They are, from left, Kasey Castro, a child life specialist, Joan Schreier, an art therapist, and Melissa Stachowiak, a Broward Health pediatric oncology social worker. Broward Health
Amanda Aiello, second from right, stands between her parents, Shannon Aiello, left, and Dana Aiello, right, with members of a team from Broward Health's STARS program who helped her transition back to school after she beat cancer. They are, from left, Kasey Castro, a child life specialist, Joan Schreier, an art therapist, and Melissa Stachowiak, a Broward Health pediatric oncology social worker. Broward Health

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