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When Jacob was 11, he began experiencing intermittent pain in his right leg. Since the pain came and went, he continued playing sports, but the pain worsened, and one night, it was so bad that it woke him up from his sleep.
A tumor in the bones around her eye robbed Vanessa of her vision in one eye, but she showed strength and resilience dealing with treatment and long-term side effects.
Sean’s dream of becoming a kicker was put on hold, temporarily. Precision treatment for Ewing sarcoma put him back on the field, where he can one day make his dream a reality.
A surgery to remove Cameron's right big toe and part of his foot to rid him of cancer did not stop him from enjoying his favorite sports.
Diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma at 14, Carly has endured months of intensive treatment, but her positivity has persisted through it all.
Anthony’s story started with a simple lump on his head. Then came a shocking diagnosis, two surgeries, 14 rounds of chemotherapy, and weeks in the hospital.
When a CT scan showed a tumor in Jake’s brain, he was sent to CHOP immediately for surgery. Doctors diagnosed the mass as Ewing sarcoma, a type of cancerous tumor.
Malcolm was just 11 when he started to feel pain in his hip. A few months later, he was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma, a rare bone tumor, and began treatment at CHOP.
Antonio Santos first had pain in his leg, then it became swollen. His parents took him to see a doctor, and soon after there was a diagnosis: Ewing sarcoma, a bone tumor.