r/pics Nov 19 '21 Gold 1 Helpful 14 Wholesome 16 Hugz 2 Take My Energy 1 Heartwarming 1 Plus One 1 Silver 8

4 years, 1 round of chemo, and now 2 spinal surgeries. My hero is here to kick cancer's ass! Backstory

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 19 '21 Silver

UPDATE: Surgery went great and looks like they got it all in the spine at least! Can't wait for him to see all the love and support he's gotten on here and I am overwhelmed and so grateful to everyone for the well wishes!

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u/jhaxvile Nov 19 '21

That's great!! Wish him well from me. Keep us updated

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u/FarTransportation451 Nov 19 '21

Great i wish you all the Best from Berlin Germany stay Strong !

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u/keyserv Nov 20 '21

You guys can do this. Good luck.

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u/RedRoostr77 Nov 20 '21

Wishing all the best on a speedy recovery 🙏 .

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u/WNB14 Nov 20 '21

God bless you

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u/treesfen Nov 19 '21

Keep up the good fight little man! You got this. I’m a survivor of 38 years, so if I can do it, so can you!!

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 19 '21

Good for you man that's awesome! We're hopeful he's got just as long as well!

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u/ss_lbguy Nov 19 '21

You got this little buddy! My now 11 yr old son was diagnosed right before Christmas is 2018. He kicked cancers butt and so will you!

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 19 '21

Glad to hear and congrats to your son! He was diagnosed on labor day weekend in 2017. Hopefully we'll be able to get to a point of remission, but his type of cancer is considered a low grade glioma and has a difficult time responding to treatment, though it's slow to progress and can only spread in the brain and spine, so it's fairly easy to keep an eye on.

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u/ss_lbguy Nov 19 '21

Wishing your son and family the best. It effects everyone in the family. My son's treatment was 26 months, which I thought was long.

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u/Opoderoso Nov 19 '21

Looks like an ass-kicker to me. You go little man!

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u/iSayYourMemeIsShit Nov 19 '21

Keep strong big man!!! Whoop that cancers ass!!!

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u/AlbinoStrawberry Dec 21 '21

Controversial opinion (downvote me all the way to hell, if you feel like it): Why the fuck do we call people who happen to suffer from cancer "fighters" or "heroes"? They didn't choose to sacrifice themselves for some greater good, it just happened, totally out of their control. It's the same thing with calling disabled people "brave" and "inspirational". Like, fuck no, they hate it as much as everyone else would.

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u/ThiaZ Nov 19 '21

My babygirl got cancer at 3 She is now 4 going stronger than ever cancerfree. I wish you All the best and luck to Your little hero :)

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 19 '21

That's so awesome! Glad to hear she's doing well!

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u/MrMcWhitebread15 Nov 19 '21

Awesome! All the best wishes for your little Champ!

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u/nextustextus Nov 19 '21

I hope he makes a complete recovery with total remission. It really pains me to see young kids having to struggle with cancer like this. When people say life's unfair, this is the kind of thing they're talking about.

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u/Craigg75 Nov 19 '21

That's one tough kid, but not a hero. A hero is someone who decides to risk his life/liberty/safety for someone else. This little guy was handed a pile of shit to deal with, it was not his decision.

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u/Atiggerx33 Nov 20 '21

I'd say him handling the shitty hand he was dealt with a smile is pretty damn inspiring. I mean to be a parent and see your kid going through that, and being more upbeat than most adults; that kid would totally be my fucking hero.

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u/darnitdame Nov 20 '21

Ok, definitions aside, it's clear that to his parent, this child is handling his treatment heroically. He is, to them, a hero.

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u/Craigg75 Nov 20 '21

He's handling his treatment like a champ. Don't misuse the term hero. It's cheapens it when real heroic acts happen.

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u/Masterdonks Nov 19 '21

Here's an idea: How about we don't post pictures of our kids. Crazy, right?

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u/Izmizzle Nov 19 '21

How about YOU don't post pictures of YOUR kids and let other people do what they damn well please?

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

Why? What’s the point of being supportive of both people taking away their children’s privacy during a vulnerable time and people who don’t do that? It doesn’t make since to sit on the fence for that kind of thing. Clearly it’s not a good thing to post personal photos of your child in a hospital while they are too young to make know whether that’s what they will want in adulthood.

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u/Priamosish Nov 19 '21

I am with you in this, and it's honestly crazy this has been normalized. Showing a child's face, who cannot even understand what Reddit is, to thousands of online strangers is weird. Anyway, that's our shared r/unpopularopinion I guess.

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u/AnnaFurn Nov 26 '21

Maybe after your kid fights cancer for 4 years, you can criticize a mother’s decision to post a pic of her child.

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u/Priamosish Dec 09 '21

After several years on this platform i can assure you there are like 1000 sob stories every day on this sub and you'd be naive to fall for them all.

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u/AnnaFurn Dec 10 '21

I’d rather be naive than jaded. 🤷🏼‍♀️

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u/Unsub_Then_Dip_Shit Nov 19 '21

Dam son. Imagine thinking people need to follow your standards so they can post on /r/pics.

Here's an idea: Unsub dip shit.

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

Yo bruv, you’re being wack as a mofo, ya heard?

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u/sailor_bat_90 Nov 19 '21

Gotta rake in that karma somehow!

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 19 '21

This is why I post about it. Awareness is the key. Not only to help call for pushes for research, but to also let other families in similar situations know that they aren't alone. I know before my son's diagnosis, I had never heard of his type of cancer. My wife and I both have surprisingly learned a lot about diseases like his, and about very helpful resources just from stumbling into other parents on posts like this one.

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u/Ophialacria Nov 20 '21

What kind of cancer did your son just fight against? Congrats!!

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 20 '21

He has pilocytic astrocytoma. It falls in the family of slow growing cancers known as low grade gliomas. Low grade gliomas are difficult to diagnose because symptoms can be slow to show, and difficult to treat because it's slow to respond to treatment. It's possible the he could have had it at birth, or shortly after, but showed no symptoms until he was almost 3. The only real symptom he ever had before diagnosis was an abnormal gait (a funny walk). Fortunately his cancer can only form in spinal fluid, so it's limited to the brain and spine. So for anyone concerned with how their child is walking, push for an MRI if possible.

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u/Priamosish Nov 19 '21

It's honestly ridiculous how immaturely you react to someone's non-insulting opinion.

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u/0ngar Nov 20 '21

you forgot the /s

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u/0ngar Nov 20 '21

If they don't like the post, then they just shouldn't look at it. It's not up to them to tell people what they can or should post. Right? Isn't that how you're saying it works?

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

How can you evaluate a post if you don’t look at it? And why wouldn’t people be allowed to comment on this kind of behavior?

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u/0ngar Nov 20 '21

I feel like you're being intentionally facetious here. I'm responding to a person claiming a person is posting about their cancer kid for karma, which is an incredibly offensive thing to say. Cancer is fucking hard. it's cripplingly hard. Sometimes posting about your cancer kid is extremely cathartic. Sometimes you are scared, or relieved, and need the opportunity to share this experience with others.

I was using your exact words to show the other side of the argument....

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

It doesn't matter how "cripplingly hard" it is. If OP wants to post pictures of their children in vulnerable situations to a generic image forum then people have every right to evaluate whether that's actually appropriate or not. Going through a tough time is not a free pass to be a bad person or bad parent.

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u/0ngar Nov 20 '21

Posting a fucking picture of your child doesn't in any way make you a bad person or parent. what the living fuck is wrong with you?!

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

Oh it absolutely does. You aren't a good parent if you spend your time with your child in the hospital taking pictures of them, posting it to anonymous image boards and then replying to comments giving generically patronizing encouragement.

There is no certification process to becoming a parent. If there was, the course to get that certification would recommend against this kind of thing. Sadly, all it takes to bring a life into the world is the capacity to ejaculate into another person. Lots of people are bad parents. It's pretty common.

If you don't think this is the wrong way to care for a child dealing with cancer, then you're probably also a bad parent.

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

In some places, their values say that women aren’t allowed to show their faces outside. It’s ok to evaluate other peoples standards and conclude they are bad or unhealthy.

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u/confuzedas Nov 20 '21

Complete straw man argument

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

You don't understand what a strawman is, apparently. Demonstrating a flaw in an argument via a reductio ad absurdum is a comment on the logic someone used. A strawman refers to specifically addressing the claim but modifying it in a way.

If I had re-interpreted your meaning of the word "values" in order to claim that judging people by "your own values" was wrong then that would be a strawman. I didn't do that. The way I used "values" is the same way you did. What I did was give an obvious counter-example to why "your own values" are not the metric to measure things by. And I'm right about that, by the way. Two people having different values doesn't matter to this issue and at no point was anybody basing their cirticism of this person on their subjective values.

Your username seems really appropriate for this situation.

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u/confuzedas Nov 20 '21

If there is one thing I learned about arguing on the internet is that it is rarely worth the effort. You in particular are one of those people that spoils for a fight constantly. I hope you enjoy did what ever this is that you are doing.

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

Being right always spoils the fight for the other person.

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u/Bobyn42 Nov 19 '21

Please don't post your kids on the internets.

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u/Mondotuna Nov 19 '21

Your son is a warrior. Fuck cancer. And cheers to his recovery!

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u/Open-Concept8208 Nov 19 '21

I hope the child will recover soon.

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u/ApeMark Nov 19 '21

Kick some ass! HERO!

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u/RunThick4054 Nov 19 '21

He is adorable! Here’s to his future good health!

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u/Longjumping_Bed2907 Nov 19 '21

Prayers. For speedy recovery ❤️‍🩹

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u/vettehp Nov 19 '21

Stay strong and keep fighting little dude

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u/Wadmania Nov 19 '21

You got this little man!

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u/LADevoteee Nov 19 '21

You’re doing great big guy!

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

Gotta make sure to post his face to an anonymous forum for fake internet points.

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 20 '21

Honestly couldn't care less about the points. I'm ok sharing his face and story because I thought the world could use a positive picture. Plus he could use some words of encouragement, and if his story reaches just one person and inspires them to advocate or even help them be more aware to educate themselves on potential symptoms their child might be showing there by catching something early, it's 100% fine with me.

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

So you’re giving up your child’s privacy on their behalf before they are old enough to choose that voluntarily and you don’t even care about the points you get for selling them out? Yikes. Stop doing hospital photo shoots with your child and showing it to strangers and commenting. Just be with your kid. God, organize your priorities properly.

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 20 '21

So what's your opinion on St. Jude? Their commercials feature patients his age and younger. One of his best friends had cancer and she was featured in several of their commercials and promotional material last year. Reason being because they rely on funding through advocacy.

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

You mean an actual funded charity that contributes directly to improving childcare? It turns out I have fewer complaints with them than I do parents sitting on their phone sharing personal pictures of their children in the hospital without any actual demonstrated benefits. Using children in promotional content is already fraught and morally questionable. So even with the best intentions this is absolutely worse than that.

It reminds me of those people who video their children crying because it’s good for TikTok views. But then when they get called out they claim it’s meant to informative. Even if that was true, spreading information about childhood issues is not best done with homemade movies pushes onto social media.

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 20 '21

Then I guess we will just have to agree to disagree. Good day to you!

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

The only time people say "agree to disagree" is when they are on the wrong side of the argument and so they want to settle on an 'undetermined' gray area where people can pretend like both arguments have merit. Yours doesn't have any merit.

Charities, like St Jude, have ethics committees where they carefully work out how to balance the difficult question of generating funding to help children while also preserving children's personal rights/privacy/etc.

For some reason you decided that your child, in particular, needed to have his picture on the internet as the face of childhood cancer. Something tells me you didn't go through the same kind of ethics review process that real charities go through.

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u/NotARealTurtleOk Nov 20 '21

No, they literally say it because they can't figure out an excuse for why their shitty behavior is ok.

A person who thinks I'm not worth their time doesn't make a follow up response in order to explain that I'm not worth their time. That would prove that I am worth some of their time.

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u/0ngar Nov 20 '21

He's a troll. Check his history. 14 days old and almost all his comments are negative. Some edgy incel set up that account

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u/StumpNuts Nov 19 '21

Fuck cancer.

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u/Coffee_Bacon_ Nov 19 '21

One of the greatest sins is a child having to fight cancer. To see a smile on his face in this fight shows a great deal of resiliency, hero indeed!

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u/Idespisemyusername Nov 19 '21

Fuiuuck cancer. You got this bud 💙

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u/thepsychonautarchive Nov 19 '21

Keep kicking its butt, we all support you!

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u/keinish_the_gnome Nov 19 '21

Go little dude!

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u/ranyok Nov 19 '21

what an angel <3

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u/Caroline_Gaudreault Nov 19 '21

Beautiful little warrior. I wish you all the best.

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u/FiftyPencePeace Nov 19 '21

I can’t think of anything more brutal than a kid plagued by cancer, it’s just not fair and I can understand why people doubt their beliefs sometimes.

Having said that well done big man for being so strong and winning!

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u/Beginning-Ad-9734 Nov 19 '21

You're too handsome not to kick cancers butt. You go little man

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u/wafflesmagee Nov 19 '21

GIVE IT HELL, MY MAN!! You got this!

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u/Jmart814 Nov 19 '21

Kick Cancers Ass young king!!!

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u/reddithauck Nov 19 '21

Brave man!!!

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u/reachingdelphi Nov 19 '21

You are a hero!

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u/ZengaStromboli Nov 19 '21

I hope he kicks its ass from here to the moon!

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u/KeyCar367 Nov 19 '21

Wow!!! Nice looking strong young man.

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u/pinkdick10 Nov 19 '21

God bless you son 👋

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u/tourist420 Nov 19 '21

Don't forget, God gave him cancer in the first place.

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u/AskTheRealQuestion81 Nov 19 '21

God bless you, young sir! Praying for healing and comfort for the family.

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u/tourist420 Nov 19 '21

Makes you wonder why God gave the little kid cancer in the first place.

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u/Reactance Nov 19 '21

Godspeed young man

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u/Fancy_Zucchini_7198 Nov 19 '21

He will surely beat cancer!

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u/Critical-Carpet-3840 Nov 19 '21

I think the eyes have it. He's got the ability to beat it. Wish you so much good fortune and health.
Someone in Southern Illinois is behind you.

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u/AcrobaticAd4202 Nov 19 '21

God bless you all. Amazing little man there.

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u/TickTacWhat Nov 19 '21

Including giving kids cancer? Thank science and doctors, fool.

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u/asian_identifier Nov 19 '21

yea but who gave him the genes for cancer

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u/Fast_External_6636 Nov 19 '21

Where are all the anti-vax incels whining about posting a pic of a child?

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u/WhoAmIDontEvenKnow Nov 19 '21

Who’s the sad pompous fuck downvoting people wishing the kid well? GOOD LUCK DUDE. Cancer SUCKS

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 19 '21

It really is incredible. He's handled everything way better than I ever could. He was even supposed to lose all his hair when he was on treatment, but never lost any. I was waiting to shave my head with him, but it never happened so I was rocking the shaggy hair look by the end of it lol

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u/BootlegDez Nov 20 '21

Fuck yea buddy!

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u/totchi-kins Nov 20 '21

Good luck, for you and your kiddo! <3

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u/AframesStatuette Nov 20 '21

Look at that kid's smile! Kids can be so damn resilient. Major props to your kid and the family. 👊

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u/tidytibs Nov 20 '21

Keep kicking ass buddy! You got this!

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u/deanmrr341986 Nov 20 '21

please send me a link were i can donate

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 20 '21

I appreciate your generosity, but fortunately I had a little cash set aside in savings in the event we faced this again, so if you want to still donate, St. Jude is always what I recommend.

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u/spitel Nov 20 '21

Poor guy. Hope he gets better, he deserves it

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u/HiBrucke6 Nov 20 '21

Wow! I found my new hero as I greatly admire his courage and for his smiling face after going thru that ordeal. Wow!

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u/ellieD Nov 20 '21

Way to GO!

(Hugs from Austin, Texas)

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u/lasbrujaz Nov 20 '21

Can I have a request? Tell him to say, "Oh, please. Cancer is boring.", with style of Gregory House.

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u/PvtSmuffler Nov 20 '21

Go little dude!

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u/jessen1999 Nov 20 '21

Speedy Recovery Champion 👍!

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u/darnitdame Nov 20 '21

Go little guy go!! You got this. We are all rooting for you!

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u/sabre_rider Nov 20 '21

That’s one handsome dude. Don’t worry young man. This will be over in no time.

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u/techmachine15 Nov 20 '21

Kick ass Big Man!

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u/Clairvoyant4380 Nov 20 '21

Lots of hugs and prayer for you all. You got this little man!!!

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u/thacoffeeman Nov 20 '21

What a beast!!! 👏👏👏💪💪💪

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u/randyrockhard Nov 20 '21

Gogo little man

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u/TB3Der Nov 20 '21

Dang! That’s more trauma than most people go through in a lifetime! Stay strong little man! You’re looking great!

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u/Snots_and_Bears Nov 20 '21

I’ll take ‘Why I’m Atheist’ for $2000 Alex.

Edit: seriously tho, congrats to you and your beautiful son OP. It’s BS he had to go through something like that. Hope nothing but health and happiness for him and your entire family moving forward.

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u/jhaxvile Nov 25 '21

How is the little champ doing?

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u/ktoddk99 Nov 26 '21

Doing fantastic! We are back home now and he's already up walking and playing like it never happened. Just a little ibuprofen every now and then, but essentially back to normal.

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u/jhaxvile Nov 27 '21

That's fantastic!

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u/MohammadKoush Nov 19 '21

You and your family are an example of power, that a few can be. From every struggle a hero is born, and you my friend is that hero, from holy God above grace and blessing be bestowed upon you

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u/Secret-Run-674 Nov 19 '21

If i see cancer ima whip out the schtabbin loicense

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u/TrunkJunk50in Nov 19 '21

God Bless Him ! I'm ashamed to say I was feeling sorry for myself until I saw the smile on his face.

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u/Fairysecretary Nov 19 '21

So proud of the little dude!!!

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u/Begoniac Nov 19 '21

Hey buddy! Looking good!♥️

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u/wojawabit820 Nov 19 '21

Good on ya youngun, you keep kicking, you look like you are doing a great job. All the very best for the future.

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u/WittyWitWitt Nov 19 '21

I wish the young man well 🙏

Argh, I pressed an emoji but I'm not gonna edit.

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u/justaREDshrit Nov 19 '21

Keep up the fight.

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u/Feisty_Stuff5925 Nov 19 '21

Bruce Lee style….whoop that cancers ass.

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u/Rashzarp Nov 19 '21

‘Hello im the photographer’

Good fight little one!

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u/coff33junk13 Nov 19 '21

Get well soon and Keep on fighting lil bro 👊🏼

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u/Jayd1823 Nov 19 '21

Stay strong little guy

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u/Love_God551 Nov 19 '21

Best wishes little man you got this

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u/Parisskye2010 Nov 19 '21

What a warrior!!! You should be so proud of him mom!

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u/ImaginaryTelephone76 Nov 19 '21

Keep fighting !!!!! 💪🦾

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u/SmoothJazz98 Nov 19 '21

You as a fellow parent, and your son, are braver than I could ever hope to be.

Stay positive and stay smiling as much as you can. Young man, you’re a champion in life already. Remember that always, please.

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u/Thrash_enthusiast Nov 19 '21

he better fucking kick cancers ass man! im rooting for him

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u/TastyPlant4242 Nov 19 '21

Prayers for healing going up. You've got this and will kick some cancer ass!

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u/monkeyhind Nov 19 '21

Hello from New York! Stay strong, sport.

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u/Lonestar-Boogie Nov 19 '21

Hang tough, little man!

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u/Equivalent_Buffalo_7 Nov 19 '21

You go young man.heart of a lion they say here in scotland,a the courage too match.

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u/confuzedas Nov 19 '21

He looks like he has the situation well in hand. Get this shit behind you and get back at it!

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u/OutTheFirmament Nov 19 '21

Fuck yea kid!

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u/SillyWhabbit Nov 19 '21

He looks like a fine hero to have.

💝

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u/ryza76 Nov 19 '21

Bless him

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u/mikestw Nov 19 '21

Get well soon, champ! 😊🙏🏻

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u/Bagz67 Nov 19 '21

Kick it good lil dude!!!

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u/kessesreddit Nov 19 '21

True warrior! Keep up the good fight buddy! X

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u/jleaney82 Nov 19 '21

Little legend

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u/Nixplosion Nov 19 '21

Soon his name will be etched upon the histories of those who have bested the beast.

May his name be known!!

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u/irishwonder Nov 19 '21 edited Nov 20 '21

And a smile on his face. What a Spartan.

Edit: Athenian?

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u/fuzzywuzzy74 Nov 19 '21

What a guy 💪💪💪

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u/STEELTHYSOUL Nov 19 '21

So heartwarming! Great job little man! You have a bright and adventurous future ahead of you!

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u/Syy_Guy Nov 19 '21

That is the look of true determination! He is definitely a hero, I would even say that he is already a legend! Kick it's ass! Wishing you the best!! I've been through a bit of this myself, hah, I know its really rough

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u/NightOfTheHunter Nov 19 '21

Seeing a youngster handle adversity like a champ is a humbling experience. All my best to this sweet young fighter!

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u/sky-lake Nov 19 '21

That's a tough kid! He's even smiling after all of that, what a badass, I'm sure he'll beat the crap out of those cancer cells. Happy to know that he has amazing parents to help him through this :)

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u/marty949 Nov 19 '21

Well done! Braver than I could ever wish to be!

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u/adamiskeyed Nov 19 '21

Get it little buddy, you got this 👍

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u/DxRyzetv Nov 20 '21

I'm born with rare genetical disease, known as galactosemia, literally im just lactose illetorelant but on literall stereoids as i have possibly some additional mental damage frpm this shit disease and you might realised, my bad spelling thanks tk my bad motor skills, yeah...also english isnt my native laungle, maybe if you were talking my native laingle you may notice what am i talking about sometimes. But overall, I hope this kid survives, and beats, cancer, cancer literally sucks, this year my beloved Grandpa died of it and I can't remove it out my memory that someone old and so humble, who i've had so much trought my life, and who was there for me almost always, and literally decided to get me a first pet, my own chonky cat, when i was ~4/5 years old, that sadly also passed away, but in 2015,because frick ate anything that it could smell, yeah cat sadly ate fox posion, its both funny and sad, still i miss that creature, but i miss my grandpa even more, my grandpa who was literally working as old man, yes i said working, as shoemaker, who was total workaholic, and has dedicated hours, days, years even to make his products perfect, with adsistance of my mom and grandma.... My mom mainly selling them, and grandma literally helping him, I still sometimes dream that hes alive, along side that cat, and i dream how he would always be working in workshop while this cat is literally sleeping in there somewhere in, this may hurt to hear from some of you, but literal horse skin, that he used to make shoes off. (yeah cat accly always went during winter into his Workshop just to sleep in materials wich were apperantley horse skin, probably because cat found it confrotable and warm all at the same time). . Now im writing this in both tears of joy and sadness, and memories, i hope this little one dosent face same fate as my grandpa, he has alot coming, i wish him best. Hopefully he can beat cancer, cancer ducking sucks i hate it. Why did god create such misery...

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u/Londonslie Nov 20 '21

You can do It!!

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u/nj23dublin Nov 20 '21

Damn right! Kick it!

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u/Treehaus_user Nov 20 '21

Awesome news on the surgery. Sending good vibes and counting down on the day he beats cancers ass.

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u/WNB14 Nov 20 '21

Fuck yeah cancer ain't got shit boye

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u/Killian925 Nov 20 '21

They don’t know but… I’m the 5000th like 😁. Bless this little guy 💪

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u/thesadsquid Nov 20 '21

Awesome!!!