Honored Kid

Zachary Y.

Age 17
Zachary Y. Kid Photo


Meridian, ID, US



Date of Diagnosis

May 2006


In treatment

Treated At

St. Luke's Mountain States Tumor Institute

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My Story

Zach was diagnosed with his cancer in Nov. 06. It started with him limping on his left leg. Next we know he has a rare form of cancer. Zach is currently going through his treatments. He will undergo 5 rounds of chemotherapy, Stem Cell Harvesr double bone marrow transplants, as well as antibody treatment. He has to have surgeries to remove his tumor(s). It's kist not fair a little child so helpless is put throught this type of disease.

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