A bone marrow transplant in December 2006 seemed to end Abigail Mullins' nightmare of Acute Myelogenous Leukemia.
Now, less than two years later, the leukemia is back, and once again, the 12-year-old girl is in another fight for her life.
When Abby was first diagnosed, she underwent several rounds of chemotherapy at the University of Kentucky Children's Hospital. She was then referred to Cincinnati Children's Hospital were she received the bone marrow transplant.
Recently she relapsed, and once again Abby is facing a painful possibility of another bone marrow transplant, after already enduring several chemo and radiation treatments.