Honored Kid

Nathan B

Age 20
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Location

Kasson, MN, US

Diagnosis

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

July 2009

Status

In maintenance

Treated At

Mayo Clinic Rochester

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My Story

Nathan is an outgoing child. He loves football and playing outside with his 3 brothers either throwing the football or shooting hoops. he also likes to hunt and go snowmobiling! He has a great sense of humor that sometimes catches you off guard. His smile and wit have always been indications of how well he was feeling.He is looking forward to being done with all of his chemo treatment by the end of 2012!!

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