Honored Kid

Natasha P.

Natasha P. Kid Photo


Hagatna, GU, US



Date of Diagnosis

March 2000


Passed away

Treated At

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center University of Michigan

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My Story

Natasha is the namesake for "No Smoking" in Restaurants in Guam. Also known as the "Natasha Protection Act". In addition, the First Year of her Death Anniversary, her family had published the story and essays from Natasha's writings. Her book is called, "Let Go and Let God". Proceeds from the sales of the books go to support the Edward Calvo Foundation and the Payless Community Foundation

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