Honored Kid

Morgan H.

Age 30
Morgan H. Kid Photo


Boise, ID, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

July 2008


In remission

Treated At

St. Luke's Mountain States Tumor Institute

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My Story

Morgan is now a college sophmore and she just finished a course called the biology of cancer!! Morgan had her last dose of chemo on October 19, 2009! We are all so glad to have the past 15 months behind us, but no one is more thrilled than Morgan. Morgan got to go back to school on January 26th after missing all of her sophomore year and half of her junior year. Fighting cancer was all consuming for Morgan and she is so happy just to be a "normal" kid again. Walking is still a challenge but we all know that will continue to improve with physical therapy and time. Morgan's goals for 2014 are.. get good grades, make more friends, and continue to work on improving her balance.

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