Honored Kid

Mitch Camp

Age 23
Mitch Camp Kid Photo


Senoia, GA, US



Date of Diagnosis

July 2002


In remission

Treated At

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite

Change your kid's logo

My Story

Mitchell, AKA Mitchman was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (bone cancer) at the age of four. Despite losing 2/3 of his leg to cancer, nothing seems to slow him down. With the use of a prosthetic, Mitch keeps himself active by playing sports, riding his scooter and doing tricks on his trampoline. In his quite time, Mitch loves to read chapter books, watch Star Wars episodes I-IV weekly, and go camping and fishing with his brother, Devin and his dad and mom. Mitch and his family are grateful to have a great group of pediatric specialists right in Atlanta. Their experience was like having an extended family. "We walked through our home and into a new family addition. We spent a great amount of time in the hospital room during Mitch's treatment. The doctors, nurses and staff treated Mitch and our family with such kindness and professionalism. They made the best out of a scary, life-threatening situation." Mitch is in remission and continues to press forward. His family gives great praise to God for Mitch's good health and appreciates the hard work and dedication to all at CHOA, ALFAC Cancer Center whom played an important role in Mitch's battle. Mitch Camp and his brother, Devin are participates in this year, St Baldrick's as shavees.

The Childhood Cancer Ripple Effect

Help kids take childhood back from cancer — support lifesaving cancer research today.

Children who are fighting or have fought cancer inspire others to be part of the Foundation's mission — to support the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives.

Photo submission policy

Please read the photo submission policy and accept below.

By submitting a photograph of yourself on www.StBaldricks.org, you agree to the following terms and conditions for submission of your photograph:

We strongly encourage all users to submit a before and after photo, so that donors and fellow participants can easily recognize and relate to one another.

Any photo containing cartoons, comics, celebrities, nudity, pornography, sexually explicit images or any copyrighted image (unless you own the copyright) is not permitted. This is because photos of celebrities and cartoon or comic images are generally copyrighted by the owner.

Uploading images of other people without their permission is also prohibited.

This photo submission policy applies to StBaldricks.org users. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation reserves the right to review all photos and to remove any photo for any reason at our sole discretion. If you see a photo on StBaldricks.org that you believe does not conform to this policy, email to WebQuestions@StBaldricks.org