Honored Kid

Leah N.

Age 20
Leah N. Kid Photo


Haddonfield, NJ, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

September 2006


In remission

Treated At

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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My Story

Leah was diagnosed With Ewing's Sarcoma in September of 2006 at age 5. She bravely went through 9 months of chemo therapy and had surgery to remove the tumor at Childern's Hospital of Philadelphia. She has been in remission for almost three years. Today Leah is a happy 3rd grader, loves to play the cello and her wii games. Thanks to the very generous contributions of the people involved Leah is living proof of what is possible in conquering childhood cancers. Our family sincerely thanks all of you.

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