Honored Kid

Darleen Felten

Darleen Felten Kid Photo


Chicago, IL, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

September 2005


Passed away

Treated At

Rush University Medical Center

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My Story

Darleen was a patient at Rush Presbyterian at St. Lukes, with Ewing's Sarcoma and am battling it for the second time. She participated in a St. Baldrick's event and enjoyed watching people donating money and willingly shave their heads in support of this great cause. Because of St. Baldrick's, new research can finally can take place, thus making new treatment options available to children and young adults. Families are also given restored hope for their child's long and healthy future. With these money donations, new possibilities are endless! These children fight daily for their lives, and we need your support to help find a cure. Please help donate to St. Baldrick's for the hope of disease free futures. You're not just donating money. You're giving the gift of life.

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