Honored Kid

Hunter Noblett

Hunter Noblett Kid Photo


Suffolk, VA, US


Undifferentiated Sarcoma of Infancy w/ B-Core Mutation

Date of Diagnosis

September 2016



Treated At

Children's National Medical Center and Children’s National Research Institute (CNRI) Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters

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My Story

Thank you for supporting me and the more than 300,000 kids worldwide who will be diagnosed with cancer this year. By sharing the gifts of your time, talent and money with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, you're supporting research to give all kids with cancer a better chance for a cure. Hunter's tumor was found at 7 & 1/2 weeks old when his mom and dad noticed that one butt cheek was bigger than the other. Very quickly it was figured out that Hunter's extremely large tumor was a rare form of cancer. Thankfully, Hunter immediately responded to treatment and in just 4 short months, the tumor had shrank by 95%. Unfortunately, Hunter contracted a virus in April that landed he and mommy in the hospital for about 6 weeks. During that stay it was found that, unknowingly, his cancer at metastasized to his brain. At that time it was discovered that he had 10 brain tumors.  Hunter passed away in the arms of his mommy and daddy early in the morning of June 26th, just 10 days short of his first birthday.  (Sorry this isn't very detailed... this was very hard for mommy to write today)Our kids deserve so much more than 4% of funding to go towards Pediatric Cancer Research. Hunter should still be here with us. He was the most precious gift we were ever given and we can only hope that his name will live on forever in all of your hearts. Thank you for contributing to St. Baldrick's in his name

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