Honored Kid

Auston C.

Age 17
Auston C. Kid Photo


Guntersville , AL, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

January 2010


In treatment

Treated At

Children's of Alabama

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My Story

Auston is a 7 year old little, boy. He loves farming, building, fishing, and being outdoors in general. He was diagnosed with T-cell ALL on January 21, 2010. Since then he has undergone many rounds of chemo, radiation, surgery, and x-rays. Although, Auston has been forced to mature in many ways, he is still a child at heart. He loves his family and wants to help find a cure for childhood cancer!

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