Born: May, 1994
- Hometown: Cambridge, Ontario
- Year of Diagnosis: 2003
- Diagnosis: Medulloblastoma
Some facts about my treatment:
Had sugery to remove as much of the tumor as they could, 31 radiation treatments and 52 weeks of chemotherapy.
What I want people to know about me
I don’t like it when people label me as “handicapped” because the definition of the word andicapped is “Something that puts someone at a disadvantage by a physical or mental defect.” That definition may describe what poeple see at first glance, but I am so much more than that. I can make my disadvantage my advantage and my disability my ability, I tell pople that I am handicapable instead.
My favourite day was
Every time I got to go to Camp Trillium
The worst thing about having cancer
Because of my situation and limitations, I am left out of a lot of things.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
I want to be a special effects technician or do something where I can produce graphics and animations on a computer using Photoshop
My message to other kids undergoing treatment
Stay strong, never give up, don’t let the cancer and the treatments control or take over your life.
If you could have one superpower strength, what would it be?
I think it would be cool to be able to fly, total freedom
If I had three wishes they would be…
A million dollars, some for me, some to buy my family our dream home, some to help the rest of my family and some to help people have a future without cancer and a trip to Hawaii
I’m involved with Coast to Coast because…
I love what they are doing and who they are doing it for. I was one of the kids receiving treatment once, and this is a great way for me to show my thanks and appreciation