Honored Kid

Daniel W.

Age 16
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Saprks, NV, US


Pineal mature teratoma tumor

Date of Diagnosis

December 2020


In remission

Treated At

Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland Renown Regional Medical Center

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My Story

My son was diagnosed with a pineal mature teratoma tumor in 2020, he was 12 and it was right around Christmas time. Since then he hast had 8 brain surgeries and countless others. He has recovered and is now back at school resuming a “normal” life of a teenager. No family should have to hear “your child has cancer” there has to be a way to cure it for our children. Please consider donating to this organization so they can put the research in to find out why this is happening. We need to get to the bottoms of it, so our children can have a happy and healthy full life. Thank you.

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