Honored Kid

James Speranta

Age 22
James Speranta Kid Photo


Arcadia, CA, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

March 2018


In maintenance

Treated At

Miller Children's Hospital City of Hope

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My Story

James was diagnosed with ALL B-Cell in March of 2018. Since then he’s been through the grueling intensive chemo treatment for 9 months and entered maintenance in January of 2019. James has since returned to Monrovia High School as a Junior in January and is now part of the MHS swim team. We’re very proud of James and he’s an inspiration to his peers and the local Monrovia community who have rallied behind James in support of his fight against Cancer.

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