Honored Kid

Keaton

Keaton Kid Photo

Location

Roseville, CA, US

Diagnosis

Neuroblastoma

Date of Diagnosis

June 1997

Status

Angel

Treated At

Boston Children's Hospital UC Davis Children's Hospital

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My Story

Keaton's heroic battle with cancer lives on in the spirit of those who choose to make a difference and shave their heads in search for a cure. Keaton would have loved to participate at our St Baldrick's celebrations each year since 2006. We remember his silly grin, love of Michael Jordan and his cowboy boots and shorts in 100 degree weather! Love lives beyond life!

The Childhood Cancer Ripple Effect

Who's Honoring Me

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    Joshua U.

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    Kylie McNary

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    Carlos E.

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    Rita Tongco-Doyle

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    Balraj Tammali

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    Kadyn P.

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    Oscar Merel IV

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    Levi Burnell

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    Scott Leatherman

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    Scott Leatherman

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    Michael Sorensen

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    Brayden H.

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    Leiani S.

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    Mike Hellman

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    Dulce M.

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    Ramon R.

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    Kevin Murphy

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    Christopher Doyle

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    Robert Lemesh

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    Annika B.

  • team

    We're Hair 4 U

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    Meehan's Public House (Sandy Springs)

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    Brave the Shave for Kids with Cancer with UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland

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    Beale's Brave the Shave

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    Candlelighters NYC for St. Baldrick's

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    Spinelli Elementary

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    Meehan's Public House (Sandy Springs)

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    St. Baldrick’s of West Roseville "Battle of the Bald" hosted by Keaton's Child Cancer Alliance (Formerly Keaton Raphael Memorial)

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    Brave the Shave for Kids with Cancer with UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland

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