Honored Kid

Daniel B.

Daniel B. Kid Photo

Location

Chicago, IL, US

Diagnosis

Clear cell sarcoma of the kidney

Date of Diagnosis

July 2001

Status

Angel

Treated At

University Of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System

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My Story

Daniel always had a smile on his face, and he would always bring a smile to your face no matter what kind of mood you were in. At 6 months the doctors found the cancer in Daniel. Daniel went though surgery to have the cancer removed and the doctors thought they got it out of him, but it came back when he was three. You could not tell that Daniel had cancer because he lived the life of a normal kid, he loved watching wrestling and he loved his superheroes. Daniel made his way into everyone's heart that he met. The day that Daniel left this earth was one of the hardest days that I had to deal with, but I know that he is in a better place, and he is not in pain anymore. Daniel lost his battle to cancer at the age of three, and became an angel.

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