Honored Kid

Asher T.

Age 9
Asher T. Kid Photo


Pittsboro, NC, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

July 2012


In treatment

Treated At

Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children

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My Story

Asher, which in Hebrew means happy, is just that. He is our families comic relief. He likes to laugh and play with his older brother. His favorite toys are cars and Asher loves to zoom his cars along the floor, a table, and anything else that is flat. While being a happy little man he is also the sweetest little boy. He loves to give kisses and hugs. He enjoys getting hugs, especially from the "tickle monster" who sneaks up while he is getting hugs from daddy. Asher is truly a ray of sunshine to our family.

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