Honored Kid

Clayton F.

Clayton F. Kid Photo

Location

Lee, NH, US

Diagnosis

Neuroblastoma

Date of Diagnosis

January 2008

Status

Passed away

Treated At

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Boston Children's Hospital

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My Story

Clayton is a loving two and a half year old. He is full of energy and gets into everything. Clayton enjoys Thomas The Train, cars, trucks, reading books, coloring, playing ball, and spending time with his older brother Connor and older sister Ariana. Clayton is a head strong, determined little boy who wants to do everything himself without help. He is delayed slightly with his language development and is smaller than most kids his age, however you would never know the battle he's fought by looking at him. Clayton loves to eat. His favorite food is pasta. His favorite color is purple.

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