Honored Kid

Connlay B.

Age 13
Connlay B. Kid Photo


Richmond, KY, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

March 2009


Cancer free

Treated At

Kentucky Children's Hospital

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My Story

Connlay is a one year old handsome lad with beautiful blue eyes. He mostly admires and loves his 5 year old big sister. He has a crooked little grin which bears his dimple on the left side of his chubby cheeks. He has made great strides since his surgery at 3 days old. He has therapy three days a week at his home and is thriving. Connlay brings so much joy to various family members and friends. He truly is a blessing from God.

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