Honored Kid

Evan G.

Age 16
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North Hills, CA, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

September 2006


In treatment

Treated At

Mattel Children's Hospital

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My Story

Evan was diagnosed with ALL at 23 months old on August 16, 2007. He is now a year and a half into treatment at UCLA where he is doing wonderful. He will continue treatment there until he is done which will be December 11, 2010. Over the course of his treatment he has lost his hair twice and has been in and out of the hospital for various infections. The next big hurdle he will face is radiation. We hope and pray he will get through this with no major side effects. If you were to see Evan today you would not even think he has cancer. He is 3 and 1/2 and full of energy and life. Always having fun with his big brother Trevor. He will even be going to preschool this coming September! Check out his website anytime to see how well his doing and where he is at in his treatment. http://www.evansjourney.net Thank you for reading his story and getting involved to help put an end to childhood cancers! Jennifer

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