Honored Kid

Justin D. Gray

Justin D. Gray Kid Photo

Location

Wichita, KS, US

Diagnosis

Neuroblastoma

Date of Diagnosis

August 1998

Status

Angel

Treated At

Wesley Medical Center

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My Story

Justin was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when he was 3. After several rounds of chemo, surgery, and two bone marrow transplants, he was NED (no evidence of disease. Life started to become more normal, he started Kindergarten and enjoyed being able to be a normal kid. During his first grade year his cancer came back and he started back on chemo. Justin died shortly after his seventh birthday. During all of this I don't ever remember Justin complaining or wondering why him. Instead he fought as hard as he could.

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