Honored Kid

Daniel H.

Age 20
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Alexandria, VA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

November 2010


In treatment

Treated At

Walter Reed Army Medical Center

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My Story

Daniel is the son of military parents. He was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2010, and is bravely undergoing chemotherapy. Daniel is an exceptional student, a helper and friend to all who know him, and an inspirational brother and son. He enjoys reading, sports (tae kwon do blue belt!), travel and video games. Initial treatment has showed slight reduction in the size of Daniel's tumor, but for the time being it remains inoperable because of its location. Daniel is resilient, good-natured, funny, and tolerates treatment with grace and strength. He is as much a hero as any 9-year old could be! We are so proud of him.

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