Honored Kid


Armstrong Kid Photo


Avoca, IA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

November 2008



Treated At

University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Children's Hospital & Medical Center, Nebraska

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My Story

Armstrong loved to take charge of his life. He never let a moment go by without going after what he wanted. The determination and strength that he showed before he got sick was inspiring. And after he got sick it was amazing! Armstrong loved to run. When he could no longer run, he walked. When he could no longer walk, he crawled. When he could no longer crawl, we carried him. He changed and inspired so many of us. Armstrong we miss you!

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