Ask him about his treatment and he’ll eagerly share his thoughts on what he calls his “aroblastoma” and his “tubies,” the tubes through which he received chemotherapy.
It didn’t take long for experts at Logan’s Children’s Miracle Network Hospital to diagnose Logan with cancer, following an inconclusive diagnosis by another health provider. His family realized the severity of the situation when doctors ordered treatment to start the same day as his diagnosis; the bone marrow in Logan’s small frame had reached 97% cancer cells.
Working in tandem with another member hospital, Logan received extensive rounds of chemotherapy, a tumor resection and a stem cell transplant. Ask him about his treatment and he’ll eagerly share his thoughts on what he calls his “aroblastoma” and his “tubies,” the tubes through which he received chemotherapy.
With treatment behind him and well on his way to remission, Logan participates in activities he couldn’t enjoy before. From play dates to swimming, he’s jumping head first into his new, post-cancer life.
Because of you, our dedicated RE/MAX INTEGRA, New England Miracle agents and Miracle offices, and the donations you make to the Children’s Miracle Network, CMN Hospitals are provided the equipment, therapy programs, family assistance and research needed to benefit kids like Logan. Logan is cared for at The Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center, one of the nine children’s hospitals in New England that benefit from your support.