‘Teen Mom’ Star Mackenzie McKee, 26, Thriving Despite Losing Mom to Brain Cancer Just Over a Year Ago; Shows Life After Loss is Possible

Published Jan 13, 2021

‘Teen Mom’ Star Mackenzie McKee, 26, Thriving Despite Losing Mom to Brain Cancer Just Over a Year Ago; Shows Life After Loss is Possible

After the loss of her mom to stage four brain cancer in 2019, the former reality TV star, Mackenzie McKee, is living life on her terms and doing great.

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