Honored Kid

Landon T.

Age 12
Landon T. Kid Photo


Lebanon, KY, US



Date of Diagnosis

January 2011


In remission

Treated At

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

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My Story

Landon is a very happy 4 year old, who on the outside looks completely healthy. When he was six months old he was diagnosed with bilateral retinoblastoma. He is currently in remission and undergoes eye exams every 4 months and MRI's every 6 months. We were contacted by the St. Baldrick's Foundation to have Landon be the Ambassador Child for the 2011 event and were very grateful to have Landon honored in this great cause. This foundation raises great amounts of money to fund much needed research in childhood cancer.

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