Honored Kid

Conrad Coleman

Conrad Coleman Kid Photo


Chesapeake, VA, US



Date of Diagnosis

December 2015



Treated At

Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth

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My Story

Conrad was always the little boy who could not keep still no matter what and any activity outside.  His diagnosis and subsequent treatment thrust us into an unknown world where tomorrows are not guaranteed and theory of hope pulls you through.  After a brave 9 month fight, he finally was able to be the little boy he was always meant to be....free. Childhood cancer is something that no parent ever wants to hear, however; my hope is through research funding cures can become a part of treatment.  Thank you for all of your support!

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