Honored Kid

Isaac A.

Age 15
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Rochester, MN, US


Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis (LCH)

Date of Diagnosis

August 2008


In remission

Treated At

Mayo Clinic Rochester

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My Story

Isaac is a vibrant two year old boy who loves life. Isaac is a very happy little boy, he is constantly laughing and does not mind giving anyone a giant two minute long hug. He is a complete daddy's boy, and now enjoys stealing his older brothers toys. Isaac's favorite sport is golf and he has a swing that you wouldn't believe until you saw it. Isaac has LCH and started his first treatment when he was 9 months old. He was in remission for four months and started chemo again in January of this year. Isaac is one of the bravest little boys that we know.

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