Honored Kid

Rex S.

Age 16
Rex S. Kid Photo


Chisholm, MN, US



Date of Diagnosis

November 2011


In between treatment and find out if he's cancer free

Treated At

Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

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My Story

Rex is a very active, intelligent, funny and outgoing 7 year old boy in second grade. He enjoys spending time outside playing in the dirt (mud and water, too!), going to the park, going on 4 wheel rides, playing t-ball in the summer and he attempted to hockey this fall until he was diagnosed with Burkitt's Lymphoma Thanksgiving weekend 2011. Rex also enjoys playing Lego's and Star Wars with his cousin.

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