Honored Kid

Jacob P.

Age 14
Jacob P. Kid Photo


Beaumont, CA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

July 2011


God's Treatment

Treated At

Loma Linda University Rady Children's Hospital San Diego

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My Story

Jacob is a sweet little 5 year old boy that just melts the hearts of all he comes in contact with. He was diagnosed with Autism at just 2 years of age. Since being diagnosed, he has proved his ABA teachers, physcologists, neurologists and primary care doctor wrong with his limits of learning. July 2011 Jacob was diagnosed with Brian cancer called Medullablastomas. At that time Jacob was given a 40% chance of living thru chemo and if survived chemo only a 40% chance of the chemo working. We did try Proton therapy which did not work. Jacob has a passion that I know comes from God alone. He loves everyone he gets close to, and holds them tight in his heart. Jacob loves his "CARS", soccer, coloring and his Wii. If you have ever had the chance to meet him, he is the kind of kid that will forever live in your heart.

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