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Monica Denise Brown photo shoot for Teen People. News Photo - Getty Images
Kayla Radicella-Hoover was diagnosed with anaplastic ependymoma brain cancer in She had surgery to remove a golf-ball size tumor, and was hospitalized for months for radiation and physical therapy. Two years later, doctors discovered another tumor on her spine. Through the help of the Cleveland Clinic and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, more tumors were removed, but they kept coming back. A few weeks ago, local photographer Ashley Legg-Sotomayor was tagged in a Facebook post about turning Kayla into a princess for a day.
Danielle Fishel Photo Shoot For Teen People
Nina Keck. Liam Elder-Connors. It was sunny and cold on Feb.
After a long day of classes, homework and college preparation, Susannah Davies, a year-old high school junior, takes a break by flipping through her print copy of Teen Vogue, the fashion magazine she has subscribed to since the sixth grade. She enters contests to win clothes and rips out photos of models to make collages to hang in her room and post on Instagram. Davies said. As Teen Vogue releases its 10th anniversary March issue just in time for Fashion Week, it is celebrating not just a milestone, but readers like Ms. Davies, who have remained loyal during a decade when other, often well-financed teenage magazines largely disappeared.