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Isaiah Alonso

Isaiah Alonso Kid Photo


Radcliff, KY, US



Date of Diagnosis

September 2010



Treated At

Kosair Children's Hospital, Norton Healthcare

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My Story

On Sept. 3rd 2010, Isaiah collapsed in front of his parents and was rushed to the hospital. There were no prior symptoms but he suffered severe brain damage as a result of complications from lymphoma which wasn't diagnosed until that day. He never regained consciousness and took his last breath on Sept 10th in his mothers arms. Isaiah was a true superhero and would often be seen wearing costumes of his favorites, especially his batman costume and he also loved to dance to MJ songs. Isaiah had a contagious smile that would brighten any room and was truly loved by all who were lucky enough to have known him.

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