Honored Kid

Jimmy Angle

Age 24
Jimmy Angle Kid Photo


Leonard Town, MD, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

May 2007


In treatment

Treated At

Children's Hospital Colorado

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My Story

Jimmy is a typical 11 year old boy. Jimmy loves rock collecting, baseball cards, Japanese cartoons, Jackie Chan movie's and playing with his friends. Before Jimmy's cancer treatment started Jimmy was always outside - riding bikes, skateboards, rollerblading, etc. Jimmy's favorite foods include Chinese and Japanese tappenyaki restaurants (where they cook in front of you). Jimmy is amazing optimistic and hopes to one day find the cure for cancer. Jimmy doesn't like people touching his head or looking as his "bald head". He is very sensitive about not having hair.

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