Honored Kid

Morgan B.

Age 17
Morgan B. Kid Photo


Guilford, CT, US



Date of Diagnosis

September 2007


In remission

Treated At

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital

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My Story

Morgan was a normal active 2 yr who began to limp and slow down. In September 2007, she was diagnosed with "High Risk" Neuroblastoma (Stage IV) which had metastasized throughout her bone marrow. On February 4,2008, Morgan underwent surgery to remove the tumor, she lost her kidney and adrenal gland in the process. Her MIBG scan on February 27th, was negative for neuroblastoma! Morgan is now entering her 7thround of chemotherapy and getting ready for a stem cell transplant on about March 17 at Yale Children's Hospital. She will then go to SK to get the 3F8 antibody as well as undergo radiation therapy. Morgan has a twin brother,Luke and an 4 year old brother named Jake. Morgan likes to listen to music and watch TV. Her favorite TV friends the Backyardigans and she loves Elmo! She loves to swing on the swing.

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