Honored Kid

Michael Corb

Michael Corb Kid Photo


Ellicott City, MD, US


mixed-lineage leukemia

Date of Diagnosis

June 2006



Treated At

Johns Hopkins Children's Center

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My Story

Michael was born in March 2006 and three short months later, he was diagnosed with mixed lineage leukemia, a very rare form of the disease. With his mom, his dad, and his sister Alyssa at his side, he bravely battled the disease for over six months at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He passed away that December and forever lives in our hearts. You can learn more about Michael through his CarePages that chronicled his courageous fight. God bless you Michael. We miss you and we love you.

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