Honored Kid

Cameron B.

Cameron B. Kid Photo


Auburn, CA, US



Date of Diagnosis

October 2009



Treated At

Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center

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My Story

Cameron was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma in October 2009 at age 7. He finished radiation treatments in January 2010 and continued getting chemotherapy treatments for several more months. He was unable to attend school but was fortunate enough to have teachers come to our home. Cameron is a very funny boy who loves to say silly things. He loves to play with his sister, be outside, and help around the house. His favorite toys are things with wheels - he loves cars, trucks, and trains. Cameron is an amazingly courageous boy who has taken his diagnosis, treatments, and change in routine in stride. He is an inspiration to us all. Sadly, Cameron lost his battle with cancer unexpectedly in May. We miss him terribly.

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