Honored Kid

Jayce B.

Age 17
Jayce  B. Kid Photo


Batesburg-Leesville, SC, US


Acute myeloid leukemia (AML)

Date of Diagnosis

October 2006


In remission

Treated At

Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital

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My Story

Jayce is our little Miracle from God. He was born with Congenital AML Leukemia. He is a loving two year old who loves to have his way and all the attention! We have spoiled him and treasure each day with him. He loves Thomas the Train and Reading Books. He likes to hit a baseball and pretend to run the bases. He knows his colors and enjoys "playtime". No one would ever know what Jayce has endured and he continues to be an inspiration to many in our church, home and community! He's taught us that even through Cancer.......he always found a way to smile and was too little for complaining. We are so blessed and he loves his big brother Jordan so much. Jordan protects and helps out with Jayce and we can't thank God enough. www.caringbridge.org/visit/jayceblack His website tells his story and pictures are available on the website!

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