Honored Kid

Jordan H.

Jordan H. Kid Photo

Location

Mosinee, WI, US

Diagnosis

Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

March 2002

Status

Passed away

Treated At

American Family Children's Hospital

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My Story

Jordan was a 9 year old boy, who started out with a spinal tumor when he was 2, he had a couple of surgeries and radiation and he wasn't doing to good and I told the doctor that something isn't right and she wanted to wait, at that time my husband and I decided that he should see a different doctor, so we went to UW Madison and they found out that the tumor had spread to his brain and all up and down his spine. After that he had a total of 10 surgeries and was in and out of the hospital. The doctors are talking about doing a couple more surgeries down the road. Jordan was a very sweet kid and cares for others. He loved playing with his friends and playing play station. He was in boy scouts. He loved the outdoors, like fishing and shooting his crossbow. He enjoyed riding his bike also and he liked helping coach soccer.

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