Honored Kid

Owain Animal

Age 20
Owain Animal Kid Photo


Seattle, WA, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

March 2010


In maintenance

Treated At

Seattle Children's Hospital

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My Story

Owain is a creative, driven and dynamic kid who loves reading, movies, video games and imagining and fleshing out his own stories. He is also into road and mountain biking, and plays cello. He was dx pre-B ALL on March 23, 2010, and has met the challenges of chemo with pragmatism, courage, and grace. The idea that kids younger than him have to put up with these treatments infuriates him, so he's participated in every clinical trial he can, and dedicated himself to fundraising for ped-onc.

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