Honored Kid

Owen H.

Age 18
Owen H. Kid Photo


Raleigh, NC, US



Date of Diagnosis

September 2005


No evidence of disease

Treated At

UNC Children's Hospital

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My Story

Owen was born with Neuroblastoma 4S. After a worrisome beginning, he is now an active teenager. Owen attends 'Survivors' Clinic' annually, having surpassed the 5 year milestone and been classified as 'No Evidence of Disease.' Most of the children we have to come to know through the UNC Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic (or through St. Baldrick's), are not as fortunate. Neuroblastoma has a survival rate of approximately 50%. While we are truly blessed to have a stage and type of Neuroblastoma with a favorable prognosis and outcome, we participate in St. Baldrick's to help find a cure for those whose prognoses are not as favorable, whether it be Neuroblastoma or another pediatric cancer. Please help us to raise awareness and research funding to bring an end to childhood cancer.

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