Honored Kid

Ethan Aliff

Age 32
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Raleigh, NC, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

February 2008


Cancer free

Treated At

UNC Children's Hospital

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My Story

Ethan is a very outgoing and bright young man that has recently been faced with this devastating disease. He has enjoyed excellent health so far in his life, and is very active. He has a passion for working on, repairing, and riding bikes. He also enjoys doing thing with automobiles. Ethan is a person who never seems to let a situation beat him, even now. He always has a positive attitude about life. Despite the difficulties he now faces, I see a fighter that with the support and prayer from others will prevail.

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