It’s not “pettiness” if it can save you from having Amazon deactivate your listing(s) for noncompliance. This was my point in stating, “…one never knows what ‘transgression’ Amazon will suddenly seize on in order to deactivate a listing.”
I’m, of course, sorry that your daughter had cancer, and pleased that she won the battle.
But, if I may, just a word about playing this “card” here. Please know that it will not fly with Amazon itself. You can be out of a job, have a deadly disease, with your house on fire in the background, and Amazon will not care.
You can find this echoed over and over here on these forums: People trying to persuade Amazon why they need to get their accounts back after suspension (or whatever) because “my wife lost her job,” “our home is in foreclosure,” “we’re behind in our bills,” “we have 8 children to feed”…
If suspension/deactivation ever happens to you - and I sincerely hope it doesn’t - this is just a friendly “caution” NOT to use that tack with Amazon. And I’m confident in saying that my comments represent the consensus of opinion on this subject over the many years that it has been discussed here.
Please keep in mind that everyone who has responded to you is trying to help.
(And, for the record, I will match my kindness against anybody’s, anyday.)