Honored Kid


Dante-Valdez-Rincon Kid Photo


Mission, TX, US



Date of Diagnosis

April 2010



Treated At

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Vannie E. Cook Jr. Children's Cancer and Hematology Clinic Texas Children's Hospital

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My Story

My name is DANTE, I suffer from a rare Cancer called Neuroblasto​ma-High Risk, stage 4. I was diagnosed on April, 2010. It's been a rollercoste​r of many sad, painful and difficult moments, but also, many happy and blessed ones. I still have a long way to go, I'm waiting for my Bone Marrow Transplant in which I will be my own donor. My treatment has been more complicated than what doctors had suggested at the beginning. This was due to too much Cancer activity in my body. Besides 7 chemos, 2 surgeries and many nuclear medicine scans, my treatment has even required 2 rounds of an Experimental Trial in Cincinnati, Ohio. God has sent many blessings in the middle of all this distress. I am a warrior of God, and I will fulfill a special purpose in life. I have met other lovely Cancer warriors, and together we will fight, and with God's help, we will survive!! GOD LOVES ME DEARLY.

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