Meet Keaton’s Kiddo – Jonhelle
Meet Keaton Kiddo Jonhelle, a sweet 9-year-old girl who loves painting, drawing, and biking. At just 6-years old, in August of 2020, Jonhelle was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, also known as ALL. With her diagnosis occurring in the middle of the COVID-19 Pandemic, her family came across many emotional and financial stressors, and faced much isolation as a family, as Jonhelle had two siblings at home.
Mahalia ~ Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance Childhood Cancer Awareness Ambassador
Meet Avarie diagnosed with Acute Pre B-Cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia
13 year old Avarie, who also likes to go by “Stinks,” is a spirited young man with a fun personality and a big heart. Like many boys his age, Avarie
Imagine Spending 278 Days in a Hospital
“My tumor is gone you can actually see my heart now.”
For 9 year old Kameron, sports were an important part of his life. Kameron often enjoyed playing a variety of sports including baseball, football, and basketball. Unfortunately, Kameron started to
2018 John McLean Hero Award Winner & The Decision that Saved His Life
Alexander Parra, 17 Senior, Woodcreek High School Diagnosis: Osteosarcoma, August 2016 Currently in remission “Always stay positive and never think negatively. Look for guidance from family and friends and never
“I Need A Bone Marrow Donor to Save Me”
Christopher was diagnosed with Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia in May of 2009 at just 10 years old. After many appointments and experimental treatments, Christopher was fortunate enough to enter remission. In
“Nathaniel’s been so strong and never complains about chemo or taking his medications”
Nathaniel Age: 6 Diagnosis: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia On March 8th, 2017, 5 year old Nathaniel was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the age of 5. At the time,
Terrell officially finished his 3 ½ years of treatment for Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia!
On January 26th 2018, 14 year old Terrell officially finished his 3 ½ years of treatment for Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia! This day was very special for Terrell and his family as they have overcome a tremendous amount of obstacles and challenges from the moment of diagnosis.