Meet Liam

Age: 2
Diagnosis: ATRT (atypical teratoid/rhabdoid tumor, a type of brain cancer)
Favorite activity: eating popcorn while watching TV

After they finish treatment, patients like Liam visit St. Jude for regular checkups. Liam’s mom, Cassie, didn’t know what to expect with his first post-treatment scan. "A lot of parents call it ‘scanxiety’...you just get this anxiety building before MRIs,” she says.

 
St. Jude patient Liam

St. Jude patient Liam

Liam has been fighting a type of brain cancer.

Because we didn’t have to worry about housing or medical costs, we were able to be together as a family. There are so many things we didn’t have to worry about. We could focus on Liam and his well-being.

Liam's mom, Cassie

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