Honored Kid

Eric S.

Age 5
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Location

Shoreham , NY, US

Diagnosis

Langerhans Cell Hystiocytosis

Date of Diagnosis

March 2017

Status

In treatment

Treated At

Stony Brook Hospital

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My Story

Eric began his battle with LCH (Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis) in March of 2017.  He had a large tumor in his jaw and additional bone lesions in his  collarbone, spine, and elbow.  He underwent a year of infusion and oral chemotherapy. 5 months after stopping treatment, his LCH came back in his skull and pelvis. He started a more intense chemo regimen in October of 2018. Please keep Eric in your thoughts and prayers.

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