Honored Kid

AJ Nuckles

AJ Nuckles Kid Photo


Cerritos, CA, US



Date of Diagnosis

July 2007



Treated At

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center City of Hope

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My Story

AJ was a sweet but tough 7 year old. He was very inquisitive, friendly and liked to learn new things. He was the only child; therefore, he got excited when his cousins and friends came over to visit. He loved going to school and hanging out with his classmates which he constantly talked about. He liked Star Wars, Legos and Sponge Bob cartoons. His hobbies included playing Wii, watching Nickelodean channel all day long, dressing up his build-a-bear name General Grievious and bugging his mommy. He was learning how to play piano, swim without floaties and ride his bike without training wheels. He would have liked to someday be able to join the little league. His career goal, since the age of 2, was to become the US President.

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