Honored Kid

Elijah F.

Age 18
Elijah F. Kid Photo


Anchorage, AK, US



Date of Diagnosis

October 2007


Cancer free

Treated At

Children's Hospital at Providence Alaska Medical Center

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My Story

Elijah is a 5 year old boy, who is cancer free following his Bone Marrow Transplant last year. He is adorable, intelligent, and quite a charmer. Elijah loves to be silly, play with marbles, and compete to see who can make the most basketball shots in a row. He has stunned everyone by learning how to read and sounding out words before he has even entered Kindergarten. Elijah can't wait to be able to start school this year and learn more with this friends. He is a wonderful, special and very brave boy.

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