Honored Kid

Aaron P.

Age 14
Aaron P. Kid Photo


Coral Springs, FL, US


Ewing sarcoma

Date of Diagnosis

March 2012


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital

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My Story

Aaron is a smart, energetic, caring little boy. He loves building things with his daddy and wrestling with his brother Zachary. He loves to share, if you are close to him he'd rather give you a piece of candy than have it for himself. Prior to diagnosis, he loved learning to ice skate and swim. He now plans to be a doctor to help other people. He calls doctors 'heroes'. We could not agree more! Update: Aaron has been cancer free since October 2012. We pray that he continues on this path and thank you all for the prayers!

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