Honored Kid

Sean Seigel III

Sean Seigel III Kid Photo


West Kingston, RI, US


Acute myeloid leukemia (AML)

Date of Diagnosis

June 2018



Treated At

Boston children’s hospital

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My Story

My son, Sean Paul Seigel III died of acute myeloid leukemia at one year old. He was treated with the same treatments and chemotherapy as over thirty years ago. Even the broviac in his chest was for adults. Only 4 percent of cancer funding goes to children. It is cruel and unfair. St baldricks is working towards a better world. Our children are dying, they cannot fight for themselves. We must fight for them.

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