Honored Kid

Liam G.

Age 6
Liam G. Kid Photo


Munster, IN, US



Date of Diagnosis

May 2015


No evidence of disease

Treated At

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Comer Children's Hospital

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My Story

My name is Liam and I was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma cancer on Mother's Day 2015 at the age of 1. My cancer is rare, but mine was made even more unique because my tumor secreted a rare hormone, present in only 1-2% of all neuroblastoma cases, that required the tumor be removed completely. This meant a very risky surgery was needed to remove all of my tumor, which was close to my aorta, spine, and kidneys. On October 29th I had my second surgery, and it was a success!! 95% of the tumor was removed and all my symptoms have gone away, we believe forever :) We thank God for my healing and believe in the power of prayer, but also know that God uses people like doctors, nurses, researchers, and YOU to accomplish great things. Thank you for supporting children's cancer research to bring help and hope to children like me :)

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