Walmart: Continue My Life Survivor Dolls Beyond the One Time Production

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Walmart recently had a one time production of the My Life Survivor doll in two versions (Caucasian and African American) that were sold online and in select Walmart stores.  

Unfortunately these dolls did not include one that could be shared or given to boys that were in treatment and have been sold out in many of the stores along with being sold out on line.  

Additionally due to the fact that these dolls were a limited one time production, dolls were purchased by others to resell on sites such as eBay at a significant higher price.  

Hope that Walmart realizes that the doll production was greatly applauded by many individuals or organizations in the cancer community and especially the childhood cancer community.  Walmart sold these dolls in select stores which allowed for increased awareness for childhood cancer and hair loss for other reasons.  

Hope that Walmart will reconsider the decision to have this doll be more than an one time production and will continue to manufacture the doll for children that still want one of these dolls and for children that are being diagnosed in the future.

Additionally would like to see the dolls be sold in other countries that have Walmart stores and that there would be a third option created for boys that would benefit from a doll without hair.

Continuing to sell these dolls would be huge and make a difference for so many children and adults.

Thank you for supporting

Lynne Stiefler (Retired Pediatric Oncology Nurse)