Honored Kid

Jack M.

Age 17
Jack M. Kid Photo

Location

Coppell, TX, US

Diagnosis

Wilms or other kidney tumor

Date of Diagnosis

April 2007

Status

Cancer free

Treated At

Children's Medical Center of Dallas

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My Story

On April 25, 2007 Jack was diagnosed with a Stage II Wilms' Tumor. He had a 6 pound tumor removed along with his right kidney. He did 6 months of chemo. Jack is a no fear little man who loves to ride his bike, scooter and skateboard. Jack loves to dig in the sand, play with his brother Matthew and loves animals. He loves vanilla icecream, Diego and "fluffy oranges" (Mandrin Oranges). In Jack's words, "I kicked my cancer and locked it up in jail."

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