Honored Kid

Isaiah A.

Age 17
Isaiah A. Kid Photo


Simi Valley, CA, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

October 2020


In remission

Treated At

City of Hope Kaiser Pediatrics Oncology

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My Story

isaiahsfight43.2 Update: After what always feels like an eternity, we received answers this past week on repeat scans of abnormalities found in last brain scans. As it is normal to found lesions and abnormal findings after exposure to chemotherapies and radiation, they had additional concerns. We did MRI in July of 2023 and schedule repeats for first of year. Spoke with Isaiah's doctors and after speaking with radiologist and neuro they do not see any sign of disease and at thus time do not have additional concern's. AMEN!! Thank you every single person, loved one who put our Isaiah in your prayers & well wishes. (I will still ask for copies of scans and for full report, to go through word for word.) At this point, I'm just overwhelmed with some peace. Describing it as I can breathe! I've been putting many to do's, commitments and events off not knowing what to anticipate from these results. See this life will always have one foot forward and one foot back. This weight has been heavy for many months and my thoughts and worries have not been kind. We will continue working closely with Isaiah's endocrinologist working on thyroid concerns and urologist for potentially start of testaron injections for other concerns and get answers, but again so incredibly grateful. We are currently working with physical therapy to aid his pain in shoulders and back for harden tendons for being inpatient and chemotherapies so many years. Isaiah must continue pushing forward to all that God has planned for his life. A life worth fighting for every single day. We met with oncology and he is also still in remission.

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