Honored Kid

Carter K.

Carter K. Kid Photo


Seattle, WA, US



Date of Diagnosis

July 2009



Treated At

Seattle Children's Hospital

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My Story

Our precious son was diagnosed with stage 3 high risk Neuroblastoma a few days after his 2nd birthday. He is a real trooper and has already endured 6 cycles of Chemotherapy and a 15 hour surgery. We found out a few days ago that his cancer is still spreading and that he will have to undergo experimental radiation therapy. He is a happy and playful 2 year old who loves Elmo and Curious George. He spends most of his days in the hospital and loves to play with his Wii. He also loves to take his parents on walks around the hospital when he is feeling up to it. He especially likes to stop by the gift shop for balloons to put in his room.

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