Cole - 2014 All Children's Hospital Telethon





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Published on Jun 2, 2014

"God knows my future. And I don't. I'm just trying to make it happen," says 12-year-old Cole. Cole was diagnosed with a brain tumor after experiencing flu-like symptoms that wouldn't go away. He received an MRI at All Children's Hospital, the largest pediatric cancer program in Florida, and soon he was whisked off to surgery.

Because of its location, not all of the tumor could be removed. A treatment plan that includes chemotherapy and radiation was put in place by one of All Children's Hospital's neuro-oncologists. Cole's own healthy stem cells are replanted to minimize the toxic effects of treatment. "Stem Cell Rescue" is an innovative and specialized treatment that isn't available at just any hospital.

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