Honored Kid

Kyle J

Age 28
Kyle J Kid Photo


Forestville, WI, US


papillary carcenoma of the thyroid

Date of Diagnosis

August 2009


In treatment

Treated At

St. Vincent Hospital Regional Cancer Center

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My Story

We come from a close-knit family; so it just shook our world when we found out about Kyle's cancer. Kyle is the older brother to Alex and the oldest of the neices and nephews-11 total. And as of last January, he has been diagnosed and is being treated for papillary carcenoma of the thyroid. They did end up removing his thyroid and as a result he is now close to the shortest heightwise. His cousins love to tease him about this! This is a great kid, one who had all the responsibility of an oldest one. He would watch over the younger cousins and make sure no one got into trouble. He kept them preoccupied at our many family get-togethers. He is always the eager one to help out any family member in need. He knows how blessed he is . We just wanted him to know how loved he is.

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