Wash, cut and blow dry.It appeared to be a typical day of pampering at Teezed Hair Studio in Roseville. But everyone who got styled Sunday helped 3-year-old Frankie Militano.
“Very spunky, very energetic … and it’s fun to be around her because you learn new things about her every day,” said Mitchell Militano, Frankie’s dad.
But last November, Frankie’s dad, Mitchell, and the rest of the family, learned something they never wanted to hear. The loving, energetic toddler has Stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer.It all started with a routine visit to the doctor for a cold.
“It turned out they saw something they didn’t like, and the next day we found out she’s got Stage 4 cancer,” Mitchell Militano said.