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By the time doctors found Jonathon’s cancer last September, it was already everywhere.
“It was in that main valve of his heart, and it was radiating cancer,” said his mom, Tasha.
The cancer was in his kidney, lungs, liver, leg and heart.
Doctors in Alabama doubted the little boy would live.
“If there’s any hope at all,” they told Jonathon’s mom, “you’ll find it at St. Jude.”
Climbing the steps
Without being able to pinpoint exactly what they were dealing with, St. Jude doctors went to work anyway. High-dose chemotherapy killed much of the cancer, and finally in December 2011, a high-risk surgery was performed with the goal of removing as much cancer as possible.
During the surgery, doctors had to stop Jonathan’s heart. Tasha knew there was a chance her little boy would never wake up, and she was petrified.
“I told my mom, ‘I’m not ready for my baby to die,’” said Tasha.
The surgery went well, and Jonathon did wake up. His ravaged right kidney was removed, and doctors pinpointed a diagnosis of Wilm’s tumor. Remarkably, his St. Jude doctors believed it was treatable.
Tasha could finally breathe a sigh of relief.
“I thought there was hope he was going to live because at first, I didn’t know,” said Tasha.
Jonathon’s treatment will continue indefinitely.
Surveying his kingdom
Jonathan looks fragile, but his spirit and imagination are strong. He says he’s a muscle man, and points at his flexed back as proof.
“Look at my muscles,” he tells everyone he sees.
Jonathon looks forward to doing all the things most little boys take for granted, like going outside to play.
He says he wants to climb to the top of the largest slide anyone has ever seen. When he gets there, he’ll take a moment to survey the world around him. He’ll check to make sure his mom is watching, and then, satisfied, he’ll slide back down.