Trey was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when he was just two years old. He underwent multiple rounds of treatment near his home in Pennsylvania but came to MSK after a relapse in his brain. At MSK, pediatric oncologist Kim Kramer treated Trey with innovative therapies, one of which recently earned a Breakthrough Therapy designation from the US Food and Drug Administration. Now, Trey is a healthy 10-year-old getting ready for fourth grade.
When six-year-old Yehuda developed sudden, unexplainable leg pain, his parents were stunned when he was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma, a rare cancer that involves the bone and soft tissue. Because the tumor was located near his spine, Yehuda was at risk of losing the use of his leg. His family brought him to Memorial Sloan Kettering, where Yehuda had four rounds of chemotherapy before undergoing a 14-hour surgery to remove the tumor and preserve the use of his leg.