Freshmen in High School - Year 2000.
In the Fall of 1999, at the age of 15, I was diagnosed with bone cancer, osteosarcoma. Thus started my fight with cancer.
I'm happy to say that after a long fight, with the help of amazing doctors and nurses, chemotherapy, surgeries, and a lot of faith - I'm cancer free!
My experience with this terrible disease inspired me to help others. Following my treatment and cure, I went on to become a pediatrician, and even had the unique opportunity of practicing in the same hospital where I received my care.
Now, we need your help to continue the fight.
My wife and I started this foundation because children battling osteosarcoma today are getting the same treatment I received 17 years ago. They deserve better. We can do better.
Please consider donating to this foundation, so that we can ensure no child dies of cancer. Help us put research dollars in the hands of those who are tirelessly endeavoring to end the tragedy of childhood cancer.
Don't do nothing.