Honored Kid

Miguel B.

Age 17
Miguel B. Kid Photo


Dinuba, CA, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

November 2006


Cancer free

Treated At

Valley Children's Healthcare

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My Story

Miguel was diagnosed on November 20, 2006 with ALL it was the most horrible news to hear. No one want to hear that their child has cancer. He went through 3 1/2 years of treatment. To me he is the strongest kid , he went through alot but he conquered everything like a champ! currently he is one year of theropy and doing great ! He love to play soccer and run around , video games and all the things a normal child loves to do . I thank God everyday for having my son with me. I wish that for every parent going through this. Have faith

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