Honored Kid

Finnian G.

Age 17
Finnian G. Kid Photo


Patrick Air Force Base, FL, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

October 2010



Treated At

Arnold Palmer Primary Children's Medical Center Teton Oncology Teton Oncology

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My Story

My mom says that the reason I can be healthy and play is because of all the research that has been done by doctors worldwide to get enough information to know how to stop my cancer. I wish all kids with cancer could have the same research done for their cancers. My mom says my Leukemia (ALL) is the lucky kind, but that means some kinds of cancer aren't so lucky. Your help means that someday, maybe soon, other kids will be lucky like me.

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