Honored Kid

Tyson J.

Age 12
Tyson J. Kid Photo

Location

Chubbuck, ID, US

Diagnosis

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

April 2011

Status

In treatment

Treated At

Primary Children's Medical Center

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My Story

Three year old Ty loves to ride his bike and read stories. Daddy reads his favorite books so much he practically has them memorized. They are about Fly Guy by Ted Arnold. He has four sisters and one brother and loves to be involved in everything they do. He is usually a mellow guy and goes along with whatever is happening around him. He has a deep voice and big blue eyes and melts the hearts of all of his nurses and doctors. Tyson was diagnosed in April 2011 with Leukemia. His daddy was serving in Iraq at the time and the American Red Cross flew him home for two weeks. He then served five more months. Tyson has a 'battalion' of people helping him as he deals with the not so fun parts of battling cancer. His family is amazed and thankful for the love and care of so many people who follow his treatment on tysonsbravebattalion.blogspot.com

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