KSON Going Gold

KSON is 'Going Gold' for the month of September - Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

KSON Going Gold for Samantha

Samantha is a very intelligent, bright, beautiful 16 year old girl. A junior at Granite Hills High School in El Cajon and a resident of Alpine, Samantha has been diagnosed with High grade osteosarcoma in her tibia.
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KSON Going Gold for Kaylee Mikulsky

Kaylee is doing very well in her treatment, but will continue battling until about Spring of 2018. She is a strong willed little girl which has only helped and will continue to her fight this ugly beast.
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KSON Going Gold for Ireland

Ireland has battled more in 9 years than most have in a life time.
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KSON Going Gold for Parker Shaw

Parker's journey started at the age of 6 1/2 years old in March of 2013 when he had an injury to his left hip.
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KSON Going Gold: The Pot of Gold Program

We talked to Liz this morning about the Pot of Gold Program helping childhood cancer patients through a difficult time.
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KSON Going Gold for Claire Elizabeth Devins

"There's always something to believe in." Claire passed away May of 2011 after a 4 1/2 year battle with brain cancer.
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KSON Going Gold for Sophia Christensen

Sophia has had some serious side effects from the chemo but stays strong and tries to be a positive influence on her community by raising awareness and speaking about child hood cancer. She is raising money this month to help other families that are just getting out of the hospital that may need a...
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Going Gold for Dalilah Martinez

Meet Dalilah. She was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroblastoma in November of 2012 and is still fighting today.
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KSON Going Gold for Julia Garmo

Julia Garmo was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroblastoma in November 2013 and has now been off treatment for over a year and is doing very well. She just started 3rd grade and loves to play soccer, be outdoors, and spend time with her family.
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KSON Going Gold for Vaughn Danger Vopat

Sadly, Vaughn never got the chance to start chemotherapy. The cancer was growing much more rapidly than doctors had realized.
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