Honored Kid

Landon D.

Age 15
Landon D. Kid Photo


Chapin, SC, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

April 2015


In remission

Treated At

Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital

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My Story

Landon was diagnosed with a brain tumor May 2015 and after undergoing back to back craniotomies, he suffered severe damage to his cranial nerves and his body. He has a trach, feeding tube, partial blindness in his left eye, lung disease, nerve damage, left sided weakness and paralysis in some parts as well as many other complications. He has been in and out of the hospital for almost 3 years now. He is a strong kid, who despite lifes obstacles, is determined to beat the odds of his prognosis. He loves all things jeep, legos and is a star wars fanatic!

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