It took all of 10 minutes for Hannah Powell-Auslam to lose her hair, a pre-emptive strike against the chemotherapy that would have taken it anyway.
Hannah Powell-Auslam talks about her experience with the disease.The Fullerton, Calif., 10-year-old, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in April, has had a mastectomy and been through her first chemo treatment.
And, after a few tears, she's trying to make the best of her new buzz cut.
"I always try to look on the bright side with everything," Hannah said today in a "Good Morning America" exclusive interview.
Such spunk is typical for Hannah, who is one of the few hundred children to ever have this kind of cancer.
"You feel like you're sick all the time," Hannah said of the effects of her chemotherapy. "You just want to go lay in bed and be in your closed-off little box."