Honored Kid

Jarod Mainland

Age 20
Jarod Mainland Kid Photo


Duluth, GA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

September 2007


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

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My Story

Jarod is a typical 13 year old teenager that loves video games, watching movies, and running. He particularily loves action movies and games. He is a very loving, caring, and compassionate young man that loves to give hugs. Despite his inability to give great big smiles with both sides of his face, you can always tell when Jarod is laughing or smiling by the half smile and eyes. His Mom calls his smile her "Harrison Ford" smile. His eyes are truly the window to his soul.

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