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Harley Paniagua

  • Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)

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Harley Gage Paniagua does not allow his Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia diagnosis drag him down. Harley is 6 years old, and a loved, brave warrior, who will never stop fighting until he beats his disease.

Harley’s skin was extremely pale and it concerned his mother, Jamie, who took him the emergency room. He was diagnosed with ALL and began treatment immediately. Harley is currently in remission and in the maintenance stage of his chemotherapy. He will remain in this stage of treatment for three years and will be 9 years old when he is finished.

Harley’s family stands beside him and encourage him through this tough battle. His family member Jaylene always reminds Harley: “Never give on fighting for your life.”

Information provided by Jaime Paniagua, Harley’s Mom
November 2015

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