Honored Kid

Kaleb Myers

Kaleb Myers Kid Photo


Brooklet, GA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

January 2009



Treated At

Children's Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center

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My Story

Kaleb was 3 years old when he was diagnosed with Stage 3 brain cancer, Anaplastic Astrocytoma, in Jan 2009. He had a large tumor located on his brain stem. He fought with everything he had for four months and 5 days before he went to his home in Heaven in May 2009. Kaleb was such a outgoing little boy. He was always so happy, it was almost like He knew his life on earth would be short, so he made every single moment count. He loved playing with his cars and trucks... anything with wheels. His favorite movies were Cars and Finding Nemo. He loved doing funny things and making people laugh. Always giving hugs and kisses. He taught those around him so much about life. He was such and inspiration and a true Hero to all that watched him in his battle with cancer. Such a brave little trooper.

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