Blues, Children's Hospital is making a film about Laila Anderson

“There’s the story people think they know about me – then there’s the real story.”

October 3, 2019
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ST. LOUIS (KNOU)- One of the most memorable components in the St. Louis Blues' path to victory was Laila Anderson.

The 11-year-old girl with a rare, life-threatening auto-immune disease not only beat her condition but was given the opportunity of a lifetime as she was the Blues' good luck charm last season.

St. Louis Children's Hospital has partnered with the St. Louis Blues in creating a documentary about her unbelievable journey and has just released the first trailer for the film.

Related: Laila Anderson celebrates with St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Champions

"Laila The Next Season" will dive further into her breakthrough treatments, and the development of her becoming a symbol of hope for the team that never stopped believing in themselves.

"The St. Louis Blues are starting a new season. So is Laila."

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