Honored Kid

Noah Leglise

Noah Leglise Kid Photo


Reno, NV, US


Acute myeloid leukemia (AML)

Date of Diagnosis

January 2012


Passed away

Treated At

Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland

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My Story

Noah had always been the sweetest of babies with a calm, gentle disposition. He was very inquisitive, turning back and forth new objects in his hand seemingly trying to understand them in some new light. Like all babies he enjoyed his toys but since being in the hospital he had an affinity for medical supplies. He was inseparable from a bulb syringe for about a month. He would hold it in his hand while sleeping and would still have it in his hand when coming out of surgery.
His favorite hobbies were to hang out at the hospital playroom and play with his four year old sister when she visited on Saturdays. Please support these brave and heroic children as they battle through their disease. Provide future children the opportunity to have less of a battle with higher cure rates accompanied by less side effects. Thank You! Noah passed away from complications of treatment 4/15/2012.

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