Honored Kid

Erik Z.

Age 29
Erik Z. Kid Photo

Location

Lambertville, NJ, US

Diagnosis

Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

November 1992

Status

Cancer free

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My Story

Erik was diagnosed when he was 17 months old with medulloblastoma. That was 11/1992. Erik had surgery, 14 months of chemotherapy and finished treatment with 6 weeks of radiation to brain & spine by May 17th, 1994. Erik is now 18 and looking forward to graduating this June. He loves animals and plans to work in a Vet's office. Erik is kind and works extremely hard at everything he does. He wants very much to have a normal life cancer free.

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