Honored Kid

Issac Almeida

Issac Almeida Kid Photo


Long Beach, CA, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

April 2005



Treated At

Miller Children's Hospital

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My Story

Issac lost his mommy 08/04/05 in a car accident and just five months later he diagnosed with ewing sacroma in his left arm. It took only thirteen months for that cancer to take his life but in that thirteen months he was sooooo brave. He was only eleven when he was diagnosed and thirteen when he passed. I cant even imagine what was going on in his little mind first to loose his mom then get cancer and to loose his arm and then find out that the medicine wasn't working. If shaving my head can help to save even one child then so be it.

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