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Kashton was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in November of 2020. Doctors initially thought it was the stomach flu but finally discovered that it was ALL after three months. Currently, Kashton is on a daily chemotherapy medication and attends monthly clinic visits. His mom said, “throughout this entire ordeal, Kashton has been so resilient, brave, happy and strong. He understands that his chemo is the medicine that is making him better.” Kashton and his family look forward to treatment completion in 2023.Run for Kids Like Kashton Today!
Carson was diagnosed with stage 2 ovarian cancer in November of 2021. After having a week-long fever, her stomach became hard to the touch. Doctors discovered the tumor and the next morning Carson went in for surgery to remove the tumor and her ovary. During the first day of chemo, she had a severe allergic reaction to one of the chemo medicines. Carson completed 3 total rounds of chemo and was declared NED in February 2022.Run for Kids like Carson Today!
Iyra was diagnosed with Stage 3 Rhabdomyosarcoma in December 2021. After blood was found in her urine, Iyra’s parents took her to the doctors who suspected a urinary tract infection. When it persisted, she was taken to the emergency room. Doctors performed an ultrasound and CT scan and the results showed a cyst formation on her left kidney. She is currently undergoing 14 cycles of 21-day chemotherapy.Run for Kids Like Iyra!
Declan was diagnosed with stage 3 T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma in June of 2021. The month before diagnosis, Declan’s nodes were enlarged. Multiple tests and scans revealed masses in his chest and abdomen. Chemotherapy will last for 2.5 years where he will get IV chemo, oral and an injection in his spine. “Declan is the bravest three year old I know. He is an amazing example of how we have a choice each day to bring happiness to others, even when our circumstances are hard.”Run for Kids Like Declan!
The American Childhood Cancer Organization was founded in 1970 by parents of children diagnosed with cancer. We are dedicated to making childhood cancer a national health priority through shaping policy, expanding research, raising awareness, and providing educational resources and innovative comfort programs for children with cancer, survivors, and their families.Donate