Honored Kid

Ariya R.

Age 11
Ariya R. Kid Photo


Topeka, KS, US


Wilms or other kidney tumor

Date of Diagnosis

October 2015


In treatment

Treated At

Stormont Vail Cancer Treatment Center

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My Story

Ariya was diagnosed with having stage 4 Wilms Tumor when she was four years old. After surgery and many rounds of chemo and radiation she was considered cancer free in June of 2016. At her check up on March 14th of 2017, she was told that her cancer was back in her lung. She had another surgery and is currently receiving more chemotherapy. She is such a strong and brave little girl. She is fighting this monster of cancer with smiles and giggles and more courage than imaginable. If it weren't for her bald head, you wouldn't know she was fighting. She is an incredible person full of sass and spunk and sweetness.

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