Honored Kid

Tyler L.

Age 12
Tyler L. Kid Photo


Ballston Spa, NY, US



Date of Diagnosis

May 2012


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Tripler Army Medical Center

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My Story

Tyler was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in May of 2012 he was 8 almost 9 months at the time. He went through 8 rounds of chemo initially and then had another 6. He is now 5years old and is a very happy little boy. He also has some developmental delays and he's finally catching up to where he should be. He is one of the strongest kids I know and he's definitely a fighter. Thank you to everyone that supports St. Baldricks and to everyone that donates. We need to find a cure so no other children or families have to suffer. Watching your child go through something that you have no control over is devastating. Tyler has been off treatment for 4years (I think) and he's doing well. He's legally blind but he gets around just fine for a kid who can barely see.                  

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