Honored Kid

Noah V.

Noah V. Kid Photo


Stockton, CA, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

January 2006



Treated At

University of California, San Francisco Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland

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My Story

Noah is a fun loving almost young man. To look at him you would never know the battle he has been facing. When Noah was 5 he was diagnosed with a JPA brain tumor while on a family vacation. After 3 recurrences over the next couple of years his brain tumor changed to an unclassifiable high grade malignant tumor and thus started him on his long and continuous path of being a Cancer Warrior. Noah started treatment when he was 7 years old and except for the year after his stem cell transplant had not been free from anything associated with cancer. He is either receiving chemo, waiting for surgery, recovering from surgery, prepping for radiation, having radiation or some combination of them all. I could say Noah was your typical teenage boy but that would be far from the truth. Yes he likes to veg in front of the TV and play video games. His favorite games involve Sonic and Mario and Luigi. Likes to annoy his younger brother, and does not see the need to have to go to school. But for as normal as it sounds we wish that was all he had to do but as a Cancer Warrior he has to endure more than most other kids his age. He was a Warrior! He was our Warrior! Support St. Baldrick’s and help others battle on.

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