Honored Kid

Blythe V.

Age 22
Blythe V. Kid Photo


Anchorage, AK, US



Date of Diagnosis

February 2004


dealing with the rare ongoing complications

Treated At

Seattle Children's Hospital Children's Hospital at Providence Alaska Medical Center

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My Story

Blythe is now a 10 yr survivor and for the past two years been off of treatment with minimal side effects. Help us celebrate this milestone by supporting ST Baldricks Day, After overcoming Neuroblastoma Cancer in 2004 and dealing with the rare ongoing complication of Opsoclonus-Myoclonus Ataxia Syndrome (OMS), she is starting to give back to the community by participating in the Relay for Live, ST Baldrick’s Day and helping people understand what is to live with cancer and the problems it has caused.

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