Fighting Childhood Cancer.
These are the stories of some of the warriors we’re in this fight for.
Our perfectly happy, healthy toddler had a sudden painless limp which rapidly progressed into debilitating pain and a trail of various misdiagnoses. By Thursday, November 18, 2010, the world crashed down upon us as answers came and the word cancer arrived in our lives accompanying our child’s name.
The Lantz family lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where Caroline is beating neuroblastoma at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, on one of the Beat Childhood Cancer clinical trials.
Caden is doing great at school, playing with friends, and learning new sports. And, most importantly, evidence of his cancer has not returned. We are so thankful for trials such as this that have given us hope!
Grayson Dragon Hernandez
Grayson is one of the sweetest, happiest babies you have ever seen. He is now 14 1/2 months old and doing beautifully. He is still way off the growth chart but he has grown all his hair back and is meeting his benchmarks. He is a remarkable little boy.
Harlow is beating neuroblastoma cancer at 6 yrs old in Evansville, WI. Her dad, Andy, had an idea to build a home and sell it, with all proceeds going to the very clinical trial Harlow is on.
Joshy is an energetic 4 year old that loves to be silly, dance, and spend time with his almost 3 year old little brother and baby sister. He’s beating neuroblastoma in San Diego, CA.
Neva was diagnosed with neuroblastoma at age 3. Her outgoing personality is a joy to be around! Neva’s currently beating neuroblastoma on the Beat Childhood Cancer DFMO clinical trial.
She danced and smiled through 15 months of intense treatment, consisting of 6 rounds of chemotherapy, countless surgical procedures, an autologous stem cell transplant, radiation, and 6 cycles of immunotherapy.
Sofia Isabella is a fierce and spunky little girl. Her personality and her eyes are what make her unique and special. She is an angel of God and loved by all, including her brother, Aiden (“Bubba” to her).
After being off of all treatment for over 3 years he is attending middle school, playing hockey and lacrosse and doing all the things we could have only dreamed about when he was just 2 and ‘incurable’.