Honored Kid

Nick Crandall

Age 32
Nick Crandall Kid Photo


Windsor, NY, US


Non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Date of Diagnosis

February 2009


Cancer free

Treated At

SUNY Upstate Medical University

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My Story

Nick has finished his cancer treatment and we are happy to say he remains cancer free. We want to thank St Baldrick's for all they do. We were able to raise more money than we could've hoped for and had a great time doing it with our shave event back when Nick was diagnosed. Thank you for letting us share Nicks story and for all of your continued support and research that St Baldrick's does every day to help fight childhood cancer. As a mom whose child was fighting cancer we can never say thank you enough.

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