Honored Kid

Chase E

Chase E Kid Photo


Evansville, IN, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

May 2011



Treated At

Riley Hospital for Children

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My Story

Chase is pretty much a typical little boy that loves to play outside and get dirty. He loves trucks, monsters, Mickey Mouse and animals. He is very much a mommy's boy and is very shy. But after you get to know him he is a silly rambunctious boy that loves to wrestle and dance. Chase was diagnosed at age 2 with grade 4 Medulloblastoma. He has had 2 tumor resections from his brain and 1 from his spine. He endured 6 rounds of chemo and 30 proton radiation treatments with great bravery. He is currently finished with treatment but still has regular vomiting issues. Other than that he is a little miracle. A happy loving boy that is our hero.

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