Honored Kid


Age 23
Megan Kid Photo


Granite City, IL, US



Date of Diagnosis

December 1998


Cancer free

Treated At

St. Louis Children's Hospital

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My Story

My niece Megan was diagnosed just before Christmas in 1998, and underwent a series of surgeries, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy over the next year. She is now cancer-free and enjoying being a "tweenager", but still faces more surgery to correct some side effects from her previous treatment. Thanks to the dedication and hard work of the medical research community and the kindness of donors to and supporters of medical research, Megan is alive and well!

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