Honored Kid

Christian F.

Christian F. Kid Photo

Location

Columbia, MD, US

Diagnosis

Neuroblastoma

Date of Diagnosis

January 2009

Status

Angel

Treated At

Johns Hopkins Children's Center

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My Story

On Wednesday evening, September 29, Christian Mason Frankenberg, Jr. quietly passed away at home after a grueling 21 month battle with Neuroblastoma. He was 2-1/2. Every day he fought with incredible determination, always smiling and without complaint. His attitude, scrappiness and bravery were a marvel to behold. He was an inspiration to countless other children dealing with cancer. Christian was, simply put, one of the most amazing kids ever to grace the earth with his presence. And he will be forever missed.

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