Honored Kid

Cesar Q.

Cesar Q. Kid Photo


Albuquerque, NM, US


Transitional Cell Carcinoma

Date of Diagnosis

October 2001


Passed away

Treated At

UNM Children's Hospital

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My Story

Cesar is a brave young man, excellent student, and exemplary son. During these eight years of fighting cancer he has never given up and has been a great model, not just for us as parents, but for EVERYONE that knows him. His love for life and soccer are the inspirations that motivate him to keep fighting and to give his best at everything that he does. Other than soccer, Cesar loves country music, video games, and anything that has to do with the outdoors. Above all, Cesar is not just my son, but also my angel.

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