Honored Kid

Logan H.

Age 11
Logan H. Kid Photo

Location

Lantana, TX, US

Diagnosis

Hepatoblastoma

Date of Diagnosis

December 2011

Status

In remission

Treated At

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children Children's Medical Center of Dallas

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My Story

Logan was diagnosed on 12/20/11 with Stage II hepatoblastoma. Logan is your typical little boy....just a little paler than most. He loves playing with his big brother, reading books, his blanket and sea creatures. He only has a handful of words but one of them is "orca" so we feel he's destined to become a marine biologist when he grows up. Truthfully, he's our hero!! He's had two surgeries and is currently going through chemotherapy and if you saw him, you wouldn't know any of this. He's a trooper!

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