Honored Kid


Age 23
Dominicfights Kid Photo


Commerce City, CO, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

December 2010


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Children's Hospital Colorado

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My Story

Dominic is outgoing with his friends, but adults make him shy. He was diagnosed on December 2, 2010 with Ewing's sarcoma he was 12. He is a partially (R) foot amputee, his goal is to be back on the football field as soon as possible. Right now, football is his favorite thing to do. 2012 Dominic is ALMOST hitting that one year NED mark and back on the football field he has had some bumps along the way but he is making it work, back at school after a year and a half out, back with his friends, still trying to get back a "NORMAL" he has not given up yet and continues to push each day. 2013
Dombis 17 now and will be going on the survivorship program in the next 6 months July 2016. He is attending high school and we have started college tours. His love now is skate boarding. He is helpful sweet and continues to raise awareness for childhood cancer.

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