Daniel was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in May 2007. Daniel is very smart and loves to play video and computer games with his friends. When he goes to the hospital he takes his xbox 360, the games rockband and Call of duty. When he is done with chemo he wants to get his drivers license and do things he hasn't been able to do the past couple of years.
Daniel has beaten this cancer once and plans on beating it again. He has had several surgeries- one was to remove the tumor/bone from his right leg/knee, another to remove tumors from his lungs- and he is still going strong.
For four years Daniels had fought a courageous fight against this horrible disease. He lost the fight on April 25, 2011. He is now doing what he loves best without the pain....playing his video games. I hope he is showing everyone in heaven how to play the games. I love and miss you Daniel, Love mom. "
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