Krogman will be starting chemotherapy once again in July. She has lost her hair four times before and hates it. She said sometimes, managing the pain can be difficult. However, Krogman is not giving up.
“I can’t do anything about it. You just have to live with it,” Krogman said. “All I can do is fight it and that’s what I’m doing.”
She said every time she sees her doctors, they keep extending how many months she has left. She hopes to be around another eight years, maybe longer, and plans to give the cancer a good fight.
Krogman hopes to see others touched by cancer helped like she has been. She would like to see a support group for children who have a parent battling cancer.
“She has a very big heart and she always thinks of other people,” Johnson said.