Honored Kid

Harry C.

Harry C. Kid Photo


Wellesley, MA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

May 2005


Passed away

Treated At

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Boston Children's Hospital

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My Story

He was diagnosed with a brain tumor at age 5. He will be 9 years old this May. He has kept his spirits up through 3 brain surgeries and a round of radiation treatment. He loves all sports, baseball in particular and most especially the Boston Red Sox. At school his favorite subject is math. He is an active participant in his Cub Scout Troop. A friendly and outgoing kid who makes new friends wherever he goes. He receives a lot of love and support from his family and friends.

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