Honored Kid

Jordan P.

Age 25
Jordan P. Kid Photo


Tinley Park, IL, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

August 2000



Treated At

Advocate Children's Hospital - Oak Lawn

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My Story

Jordan is a one in a million child. She is a true fighter and a survivor. Jordan has not battled her cancer once but twice. After 4 years of remission she relapsed. We just celebrated her 6 years out of treatment (Cancer Free) this past August. Her first diagnosis of ALL was in her bone marrow. She also had a rare chromosome type of the cancer cells. In 2004 her leukemia came back in her spinal fluid. She has undergone a combined 5 years of chemotherapy and radiation. However, today as you can tell by her picture she enjoys life to its fullest. She loves to Dance, enjoys music (Taylor Swift) and loves horses and dogs. Jordan is now 15 years old and is in the 8th grade. She will be celebrating this year's St, Baldrick's with everyone in Alsip, IL. She is even going to Shave my Head. Because of funds raised to help find treatments and cures, my daughter is enjoying life today.

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