Honored Kid

Zac Boutin

Age 30
Zac Boutin Kid Photo


Prescott, WI, US



Date of Diagnosis

April 2009


In remission

Treated At

Mayo Clinic Rochester

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My Story

Zac is a wonderful young man who is very hard working, loving, fun, charismatic, a genuinely great guy who had a very difficult journey. He has survived a battle with cancer and is an inspiration to kids and adults on how to survive and thrive. He has healed and we are proud of how he has worked hard to recover and be the quiet, strong survivor. Most people do not know of his journey, nor do they know of his strength and how he has battled. He truly is an inspiration.

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