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Malia Jusczyk Death – MJ Plainville MA Loses Battle With Cancer, Obituary



So sad that Mali Jusczyk is no more, the 14-year-old was reported to have passed away over the weekend after a long battle with cancer. Malia was 2022 diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma cancer.

A heart-wrenching post made by Malia’s mom on Facebook states that the young talented died on June 14, 2023, after twenty months of an agonizing, heroic battle against relapsed neuroblastoma.

The post reads below:-

On June 14, 2023, at 4:40 PM, Malia Dakota Jusczyk died after 26 months of an agonizing, heroic battle against relapsed neuroblastoma.

And as unique as Malia was in life, she was in her death. The dozens of doctors that reviewed Malia’s case over the past two weeks — from nearly every department at Boston Children’s Hospital to live consults with specialists from NYC, Houston, Charlotte, and neighboring hospitals — worked together urgently.

Rationally, these doctors knew Malia’s case was beyond their current abilities, but they couldn’t let it go – They tried to find a miracle treatment until they had to accept that her 14 years and 11 months+ was the miracle.

She Was A True Inspiration – King Philip Softball

Reacting to Malia’s sad demise King Philip Softball in a series of tweets through Twitter said Malia will always be part of them describing her as a true inspiration.

The KP softball team is deeply saddened to learn about the passing of Malia Jusczyk. MJ was a true inspiration and will always be a part of the KPHS softball family. We extend our deepest condolences to her family during this difficult time.

Jusczyk, who attended King Philip Middle School in 2021 emerged the winner of the Greatest Baker contest. Milia while still battling with neuroblastoma cancer kept her spirit high and decided to enter into the contest.

Malia’s Sweet Treat

She said she loves to bake and was a big fan of the Kids Baking Championship.

Malia discovered The Greatest Baker Contest while in the hospital soon after she was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma cancer, for the second time.

She decided to enter to give herself something to pursue while battling the disease. Malia established a business called Malia’s Sweet Treats.


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