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Jamison P

Jamison P Kid Photo


Johnsonville, SC, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

April 2010



Treated At

National Instutute of Health Children's National Medical Center and Children’s National Research Institute (CNRI)

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My Story

My son Jamison was born February 21, 2005. A beautiful healthy blue eyed baby boy and a wonderful little brother to Collin. In April of 2010 Jamison started having problems with his balance. After taking him to the ER we found out my happy 5 year old had a brain tumor (DIPG). Jamison battled this monster for 10 months with so much hope, love, and faith. He gained his wings on February 2, 2011 nineteen days shy of his sixth birthday. No matter how tough his days were and what the tumor took away he always smiled and was full of hope. He is forever missed.

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