Honored Kid

Isla K.

Age 7
Isla K. Kid Photo


Toronto, ON, CA


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

August 2012


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Nemours Children's Clinic - Jacksonville Hospital for Sick Children

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My Story

Thank you for supporting our daughter Isla. Isla was diagnosed on August 11, 2012 with a relatively rare brain tumour called Ependymoma. Treatment has changed little over the last 40-years and long term survival sits between 60-70%. Research is making progress but it is slow because of the lack of funding available to pediatric cancer so truly EVERY dollar counts. My family, my daughter and the many families I have now met going through this journey appreciate your efforts! Thank you!

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