Honored Kid

Chris Cummings

Age 32
Chris Cummings Kid Photo


Hinesville, GA, US


Non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Date of Diagnosis

December 2007


In remission

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My Story

Christopher, from day one, all he wanted to know, if he can play football and be a Life-Guard during the summer, and how soon after the treatment. Once his doctor told him, that he can do anything and everything once he is through with treatment, Chris literally pushed through the treatment, the best/fastest he could. The only goal he had is to get well as fast as he could. He is currently in remission and is getting ready to finish his Junior year, he is already working as a Life-Guard, and going to the Gym to get his strength back before the football season starts. Chris has been an inspiration to many people. We are very proud of him.

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