Honored Kid

Jeremy Campus

Jeremy Campus Kid Photo


Chicago, IL, US



Date of Diagnosis

November 2007



Treated At

Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge

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My Story

Jeremy was a 13 year old boy who loved sports of all kinds, especially hockey, baseball and karate. He also enjoyed art and of course, video games. He was always very thoughtful and caring and was a great big brother. He had become a Boy Scout and was really enjoying his time and loved learning things and becoming more independent. His original treatment plan was for 54 weeks which consisted of chemotherapy and radiation. While this was supposed to be done in just over a year he had many delays due to his counts and nuetropenia. He had responded to treatment and while he had had his ups and downs. He would give back whenever he could by supporting organizations who have helped us during our journey. He would attended St Baldrick's events in our area whenever possible and had a great time seeing all the folks pulling together to help find a cure.

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