Honored Kid


Salvador  Kid Photo


Berkeley, CA, US



Date of Diagnosis

January 2008



Treated At

Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland

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My Story

Chavita was never really aware of what was going on, because he was diagnosed at such a young age. through all treatment chavita was always smiling, no matter how much pain he was in. Chavita loved to dance, he would just hear music and start dancing. Through out the year he spent in an out the hospital he learned how to walk and talk at a very young age. He was an adorable baby, he touched the hearts of almost every one who got to meet him. Chavita would blow kisses to every one even when he was feeling his worst.

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