Honored Kid

Tayyib C.

Age 17
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Location

Plover, WI, US

Diagnosis

Clear cell sarcoma of the kidney

Date of Diagnosis

September 2003

Status

Cancer free

Treated At

Marshfield Clinic at St. Joseph's Hospital

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My Story

Tayyib was diagnosed with Clear Cell Sarcoma of the Kidney when he was just 17 months old. After enduring a surgery to remove the cancerous kidney he had 7 raditation treatments and 6 months of chemotherapy. On his second birthday he was declared cancer free. Now almost 8 years later we are eternally greatful to the doctors and nurses who treated him but also to the researchers who developed and fine tuned the treatment protocol that he followed.

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