Honored Kid

Jason Vest

Jason Vest Kid Photo


New Park, PA, US


High Grade Soft Tissue Sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

April 2012



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My Story

Jason was diagnosed with high grade soft tissue sarcoma in April 2012. Jason fought very hard for 14 months. I wouldn't say he lost his fight because even though he's not here we fight for a cure in his memory. He went through several rounds of chemo and radiation at Upper Chesapeake Hospital and Johns Hopkins Hospital. Jason fought with such a great spirit and attitude. Jason was an extremely giving person especially to children. I don't think Jason would want anyone to go through what he went though especially a child, that's why raising money for childhood cancer in is name is a perfect way to remember him.

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