Honored Kid

Chuck Stophel

Age 56
Chuck Stophel Kid Photo


Wilmington, NC, US



Date of Diagnosis

March 1973



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My Story

This individual is not my child but my older brother, Chuck. He was diagnosed with cancer when he was 6 and was completely free of it in 6 months. The Drs gave him 1 year to live. When he went to his appointment the Dr could not believe he did not have it. They did test upon test and could not find one cancer cell in his body. Today he is 41 and a dad to 3 beautiful boys. He is healthy and happy. I participated in St. Baldrick's because it is so close to my heart. This year means even more since this event is actually on his birthday. So on March 15th, I will be celebrating my brother's life while shaving for other cancer patients and survivors.

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