Honored Kid

Kobe G.

Kobe G. Kid Photo


Madera, CA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

September 2008



Treated At

Valley Children's Healthcare UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital

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My Story

Kobe was thirteen years old and had been battling cancer since the age of 9. Kobe was diagnosed with an malignant brain tumor (anaplastic medullablastoma) for a second time. He endured brutal chemo therapy everyday and completed radiation. He also continued to do OT and PT to regain strength in his right side that he lost after his first surgery in 2008. Today Kobe is a true superman in our eyes, is an inspiration to us and many others as he faced many obstacles and did it with a smile most of the time. Kobe was a sweet natured and shy young man. He was a very loving and thoughtful person. His smile warms your heart along with his dimples (just ask the staff in the Oncology Clinic). He was very artistic, loved to draw, loved doing crafts and building with legos. He had entered his work, baking and vegetables he had grown in his garden at the local fair every year. He has done this for 8 yrs now.

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