Honored Kid

Emma A.

Age 7
Emma A. Kid Photo


Topeka , KS, US


Wilms or other kidney tumor

Date of Diagnosis

February 2016


Cancer free

Treated At

University of Kansas Medical Center

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My Story

Emma was diagnosed with Wilms tumor on February 4th, 2016, she was only 21 months. She underwent surgery to remove the tumor and her right kidney. We stayed in the hospital for 16 days after for observations and tests. Luckily Emma's was caught early Stage 1 and no chemo treatments needed. Emma still today goes for tests and scans to make sure the cancer doesnt return. It is an ongoing battle so please help and support all families in this terrible time. 

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