Honored Kid

Taylor Easterberg

Taylor Easterberg Kid Photo


Lakewood, CO, US


Burkitt's Lymphoma

Date of Diagnosis

September 2009



Treated At

Children's Hospital Colorado

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My Story

Taylor was diagnosed with Burkitt's in September 2009. He received chemotherapy treatment and went into remission almost a year later. Taylor has had multiple abdominal surgeries to remove tumor and is now dealing with many late term after effects, including Short Gut Syndrome which forces him to recieve all his nutrition intravenously. Currently Taylor has chosen to join The Butterfly Program, a palliative care program done from his home. Taylor wants to make sure that other kids do not have to endure what he has gone through. Thank you so much for your donations towards this amazing goal!

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