Honored Kid

Alexis D.

Age 17
Alexis D. Kid Photo


Lakewood, WA, US



Date of Diagnosis

August 2006


Stable Disease

Treated At

Seattle Children's Hospital

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My Story

Our little "slice of heaven" was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma at 11 weeks old. She has finished all treatment and this year marks 5 years off of treatment! Her disease is stable with liver tumors that we watch. She had 22 cycles of chemo, 12 cycles of radiation, 9 surgeries, 48 sedations and countless medications...Today she is almost 7 years old, a vibrant first grader, an advanced yellow belt in Taekwondo (she can break very thick boards), loves to sing and dance and is living life to the fullest! We enjoy her every day and are so grateful! Thank you for shaving or donating in her honor. Because of donations, there has been many advancements made and we look forward to the future of childhood cancer and the changes that are in store. Thank you for being a part of this! http://jilld253.wordpress.com/

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