At Braden Kramer Foundation, Super Heroes are the children who have been diagnosed with cancer. The activities they like to do for fun are just like any other child. Children with cancer hope for the same things that healthy children hope for—they dream of being firefighters, cops, and living a happy healthy life. But cancer tries to get in the way.
Regardless of circumstances, pediatric cancer patients push through which is why they are our super heroes!
Meet our Super Hero #4
Caleb was diagnosed with ICF Syndrome in June 2017. He is 1 year old. ICF is a rare autosomal recessive genetic condition with severe immunodeficiency.
Caleb enjoys watching and playing (and even wearing lol) with his friend, Elmo. He also enjoys reading and watching Paw Patrol or as he likes to call them, Pup Pup. One of his favorite activities is to play with his big brother! He is such a loving and kind young boy ❤️.
Update: Caleb received a bone marrow transplant in May 2018.
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