Honored Kid

Hunter Jones

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Location

Sammamish, WA, US

Diagnosis

Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

January 2017

Status

Passed away

Treated At

Seattle Children's Hospital

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My Story

Hunter was diagnosed with a rare pediatric brain tumor called DIPG which has a staggering 0% survival rate, and 9 month average life expectancy. Hunter is now 10 months past diagnosis and is still enjoying life thanks to a groundbreaking treatment found outside the US. Please share our story to help support Hunter and bring awareness to this horrific disease. We are forever grateful! www.facebook.com/healinghunterjones

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