Honored Kid

Graham W.

Age 16
Graham W. Kid Photo


Greenwood, IN, US



Date of Diagnosis

February 2008



Treated At

Riley Hospital for Children

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My Story

Graham was diagnosed with Retinoblastoma at the age of 6 months, In Feburary 2008, which means he had cancer before ever walked or talked, before he could ever even understand what those words really mean, and just a few short days later, his father and I had to make a tough yet easy decision to save his life, and had his left eye enucleated to rid his body of the tumor... Since then, he has strived to be the one of the most amazing 5 year old boys I know ! He loves hugging, kissing, music, laughing, causing trouble and being with his twin brother.. his nick name is spitfire, why?, because he is! Seems he's been fighting since he was born.. now a days though it the good fight, the fight to get the word out about Retinoblastoma, and the lack of funding for childhood cancer research~ This kid was born to be a fighter, he really makes everyone he meets smile, and his smile is all it takes. Please honor him, and donate today..

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