Honored Kid

Logan M.

Logan M. Kid Photo


Trumansburg, NY, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

June 2006



Treated At

Golisano Children's Hospital, Rochester

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My Story

Logan was a very energetic boy who one day started having headaches. It turned out he had an inoperable brain tumor that was very aggressive and typically found in adults. After surgery, months of radiation and numerous hospital visits, Logan never lost his positive attitude. Logan loved everyone. He was always more worried about how things affected other people, especially his dad. He had no dislikes. He loved horses. He liked to play baseball and soccer. We believe Logan can now ride his horse forever pain free.

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