Honored Kid

Allison H.

Age 27
Allison H. Kid Photo


Methuen, MA, US



Date of Diagnosis

June 2000


In treatment

Treated At

Floating Hospital for Children

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My Story

Allison had a tough original protocol for stage IV Neuroblastoma lasting 18 months including months of chemo, two stem cell transplants, surgery, and radiation when she was 6. She enjoyed a 3 1/2 year remission before relapsing and has been in treatment again since April 2005. We have many options, but no front-runner. Allison's in 7th grade now and trying to enjoy being a teenager. We need a good treatment option for her so she can be in school more than in the hospital. Thank you all for your help and support! Bald is Beautiful!

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