Honored Kid

Aiden B.

Aiden B. Kid Photo

Location

Bellerose Village, NY, US

Diagnosis

Rhabdomyosarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

October 2007

Status

Angel

Treated At

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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My Story

Aiden was diagnosed with stage 4 Rhabdomayosarcoma in July of 2008. He endured treatment that would make your blood run cold for 2 1/2 years. Although the doctors at MSKCC are the best in the world, there simply aren't enough new treatment options for Rhabdo. The phamacutical companies feel there is not enough money in it. That is where you come in. Your donations will directly fund new treatments, maybe even a cure. Please help, don't let another baby suffer like my Aiden did. Thank you.

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Who's Honoring Me

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    James and Cameron Hedquist

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    Timothy C.

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    Charlie L.

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    Harrison P.

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    Rocco Rotondi

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    Stephen Vargas

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    Connor Blumenthal

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    Thomas G.

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    Patrick O.

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    Carson H.

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    The Ferone's

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    Aiden D.

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    Gianluca Abballe

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    Timothy M.

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    Joey and Keith N.

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    Damian H.

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    Jack H.

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    Logan T.

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    Gavin M.

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    Anthony S.

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    Aiden's Army

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    Bald is Beautiful on Long Island

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    4th Annual Ladies Night

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    The Nutty Irishman-#Shave2Save

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    Candlelighters NYC for St. Baldrick's

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    Trinity Bar and Restaurant

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    The Nutty Irishman-#Shave2Save

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