Honored Kid

Brice K.

Age 14
Brice K. Kid Photo


Huntingburg, IN, US



Date of Diagnosis

July 2007


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Riley Hospital for Children

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My Story

Brice was diagnosed with Stage IV, n-myc amplified high risk Neuroblastoma in July of 2007. Before he was diagnosed he was a normal child with no health problems at all. He went through Chemo and Stem Cell Transplant at Riley Hospital in Indianapolis and then went to Memorial Sloane Kettering where he had his radiation and 3f8 antibody treatment. He has been NED (no evidence of disease) since January of 2008. He is very busy little guy who loves sports and will try anything that is put in front of him. We are so lucky to have had such wonderful Nurses and Doctors throught his whole journey. The only side effect that we have noticed so far is hearing loss and he wears hearing aids for that. It is truly an honor have someone shave their head in Brice's honor.

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