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Tanner M Evers

Tanner M Evers Kid Photo


Liberty Hill , TX, US



Date of Diagnosis

June 2006



Treated At

Cook Children's Medical Center Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas Methodist Children's Hospital of South Texas UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital

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My Story

Tanner battled this disease for over 5 years. He was 2 when he was dx and relapsed when he was 5, 6 and 7 years old. He had treatment in Austin, Ft Worth and San Fransico. He has many followers on Caringbridge.org/tannerevers. We have met alot of wonderful families fighting this disease and what amazes me most is how faithful all of them are. I have met some of the strongest moms I know. It doesnt matter what is going on they are always trying to encourage each other. Tanner was an outgoing all-boy kind of kid. He felt like a superstar when we had the St Baldricks fundraiser. All of his favorite nurses and Drs were there (and some of his favorite Super Heroes.

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