Honored Kid

Ryan L.

Age 25
Ryan L. Kid Photo


Indianapolis, IN, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

May 2007


Cancer free

Treated At

Riley Hospital for Children

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My Story

Ryan was diagnosed with a Supratentorial Neuroectodermal Tumor in the left side of his brain in June 2007. While on vacation in Williamsburg, VA. we noticed his hand wasn't working properly and this lead to the tumor discovery. After 6 weeks of daily radiation & 4 months of chemotherapy with Stem cell recovery his tumor was gone! He is currently in 5th grade and loves Wii, movies (especially Harry Potter) and getting together with his friends. He is a very friendly, fun loving kid who wants to inspire & help other children with cancer.

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