Honored Kid

Eva B.

Age 15
Eva B. Kid Photo


Dallas, TX, US



Date of Diagnosis

February 2008


Cancer free

Treated At

Medical City Children's Hospital

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My Story

What can we say about Eva? On February 28, 2008, our then 16 month old daughter was diagnosed with Stage 3 neuroblastoma. She had a surgery to remove the main tumor and then, after a few months of observation and MRIs, followed that with four rounds of chemotherapy. She's now 8 years old, happy and healthy!!!. Eva is an extremely happy girl who loves to sing, dance and play soccer! We were so blessed through this process. The tremendous outpouring from her many friends and family ensured she (and we) did not go through this alone. Thank you for those who would be shaving their heads in honor of her!!!"

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