Honored Kid

Max J.

Age 11
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Location

Bolingbrook, IL, US

Diagnosis

Hepatoblastoma

Date of Diagnosis

January 2012

Status

Cancer free

Treated At

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital Comer Children's Hospital

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My Story

Max was diagnosed with Stage 3 Hepatoblastoma in January 2012. He had his liver resection of his tumor in May 24th 2012 and he has had a biliary reconstruction in January 2013. Max is today cancer free and he is doing phenomenal. He is trying to catch up with all the playing that he missed last year. He is full of energy and happiness. Our journey was very hard but at the same time full of love, hope and community feeling.

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