Honored Kid

Cody Blake McNish

Cody Blake McNish Kid Photo


McLouth, KS, US



Date of Diagnosis

February 1999



Treated At

The Children's Mercy Hospital

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My Story

Cody Blake was Dx at 15 months old 1999 with PNET. did chemo treatments, 2 brain surgeries and BMT. 12 weeks of radiation and labs. In 2001 he went into remission for 7 years. Cody Blake relasped after his 11th birthday and passed away in April 2009. Cody B loved animals, bubbles, spongebob, big trucks, and life with his family. Cody Blake touched many people in his short life and will always be known as a warrior chief to many that knew him. He always had a big smile no matter what he was going through. He loved everyone and hugs most of all. I miss him dearly and don't understand why him? I trust in god and I know I will see him again one day. I have loved so many children with cancer and seen so many receive their wings....sigh....I hate cancer for taking my only son and my baby.

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