Honored Kid

Brendan S.

Age 18
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St. Louis, MO, US


Acute myeloid leukemia (AML)

Date of Diagnosis

September 2005



Treated At

St. Louis Children's Hospital

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My Story

Our precious Brendan was diagnosed with AML Leukemia when he was 11 weeks old. Shortly after beginning chemo he went into septic shock,was intubated ,with 12 meds going into his little body- helping to keep him alive. Our miracle pulled through that and four more rounds of chemo. Today he is a vivacious 3 1/2 year old who truly loves life. He loves playing the piano, swimming, being on the beach and making people laugh. We have truly been blessed to have this sweet little man in our lives.

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