Honored Kid

Brian Hanley

Brian Hanley Kid Photo


Auburn, NY, US


Glioblastoma Grade 4

Date of Diagnosis

August 1997


Passed away

Treated At

Duke University Medical Center

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My Story

Brian Had and engaging smile and huge brown eyes. When he entered a room everyone became his friend. He was kind, gentle,sensative, and thought of others before himself. He was a big fan of the New York Yankees, he enjoyed water skiing in the summers and downhill skiing in the winter( the faster, the better). He played tennis, soccer, and liked basketball. Family was very important to Bri, He loved his brother Tim and was very proud of Tim's athletic prowess. They were best friends. He displayed uncommon courage in his battle with brain cancer, making over 50 flights to Duke University Brain Tumour center in Durham NC. He was always more concerned about those around him than himself. He wanted to remain in college while receiving treatments and he was able to do so until his Junior year. Unfortunately, Brian lost his battle on August 2nd, 1999, at age 21.

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