Hope has accepted that her cancer is terminal, and enjoys special attention from the most popular girls in high school because of her diagnosis. And her teachers excuse her from tests and assignments. When Hope's mother wants to intervene in her school life, the guidance counselor explains to Hope's mother that high school is hard for everyone, not just Hope.
When her cancer goes into remission and she is no longer considered terminal, Hope is uncertain how her friends and teachers will react and hides the truth. She faces her fears and learns that some things are more important than being popular.
This movie has some funny moments and some serious and touching moments with her friend Sarah, who also has cancer. All in all, a good movie that you'll want to see again.
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