Honored Kid


Age 29
MJ H. Kid Photo


Raleigh, NC, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

December 2004


In maintenance

Treated At

Duke University Medical Center

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My Story

Mj is a stylish, engaging and strong willed teenager that loves all the electronics in her life and all the friends she communicates with daily. She is usually singing and/or dancing about and enjoys theater and drama production. Mj lost her leg at the tender age of 10 to Ewings sarcoma. She rarely complains about the disappointments and medically dominated days of her life. She has counseled another teen facing amputation due to Ewings. Mj has just finished her final chemotherapy treatment, March 12, after a recurrence of the cancer presented in her lung in November 2008. Today Mj is cancer free and ready for summer to start!

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