Honored Kid

Ted Sibley

Age 42
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Lees Summit, MO, US


Germ cell tumor

Date of Diagnosis

May 1995



Treated At

Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

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My Story

Thank you for supporting me, the children who have been diagnosed with cancer, and those of us living with the long term effects of treatment. I was 13 years old when I was diagnosed with germ cell cancer and spent most of my teenage years undergoing treatment and rehabilitation. I am now 20 years after my diagnosis and am a practicing emergency medicine physician. I was also given the opportunity to work at the Children's Hospital where I was treated at and became a pharmacy technician and nursing assistant prior to medical school. In addition to emergency medicine, I also have a high interest in international medicine and have been on teams throughout Central/South America and Africa. The person I am today is directly correlated to the experiences I had from my cancer treatment.

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