Honored Kid

Austin Trowbridge

Austin Trowbridge Kid Photo


Reno, NV, US


Myelodysplastic Syndrome-Monosomy 7-GATA2

Date of Diagnosis

April 2012


Passed away

Treated At

National Institutes of Health Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland

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My Story

Austin was our beautiful, funny, life-loving sprite whose interests included, art, music, psychology, skateboarding, roller coasters, video games and fishing. His loss in December 2015 at the age of 19, and the preceding loss in November 2008 of his older brother Eric at the age of 15, both from the same rare blood cancer, have devastated our lives. We hope and pray that ongoing childhood cancer research will help prevent other families from experiencing the heartbreak that we have, and thank you for supporting it.                  

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