Honored Kid

Eric M.

Eric M. Kid Photo

Location

Stockbridge, GA, US

Diagnosis

A.T.R.T

Date of Diagnosis

December 2006

Status

Passed away

Treated At

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite

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My Story

Eric was a very caring, loveable, and funny little boy. He was into Spongebob, Cars, Balls and loved playing outside. He was a true little warrior, and went through so much in his last year. Eric had a seizure two days before Christmas 2006. He was diagnosed with A.T.R.T the day of his surgery January 4 2007. He underwent a surgery to remove 90% of the tumor, along with 40-42 weeks of intense chemotherapy. The last MRI showed some more progression of cancer.

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