Honored Kid

Natasha Rader

Natasha Rader Kid Photo


Cleveland, OH, US


Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Date of Diagnosis

July 2004



Treated At

Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

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My Story

Natasha was our princess. She was diagnosed with a rare liver condition when she was 6 months old. In July 2004 she we discovered she had developed Hepatocellular carcinoma. She underwent a life saving liver transplant that August. Natasha's 6th birthday brought the news of the re occurrence of cancer. We tried everything we could to destroy the cancer. Sadly, Natasha lost her battle in June. One month before her 7th birthday she we said good bye to our little princess. In her Honor we put together this team called The Knights of Natasha.

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