Honored Kid

Niavh Hyatt

Niavh Hyatt Kid Photo


West Des Moines, IA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

December 2011


Passed away

Treated At

Blank Children's Hospital Mayo Clinic Rochester

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My Story

Niavh was our wonderful, sweet, smart and beautiful daughter. She was diagnosed with cancer of the brain and spine in Dec. 2011 (PNET). She completed her first treatment in 2012 which included hi-dose radiation as well as chemo with stem cell rescue. In 2014 her cancer returned and we were told there was no cure for Niavh.

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