ATLANTA -- Meet Max. At just two and a half years old he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. His parents were given a dark prognosis, so they fought back with aggressive treatment.
Max's tiny body and huge spirit have endured tremendous obstacles that include six rounds of induction chemotherapy, multiple surgeries, two stem cell transplants, 12 rounds of radiation, and five rounds of antibody therapy.
As wonderful as Max is doing, he remains at high risk for relapse. There is still no cure for relapsed neuroblastoma.
On his first day of kindergarten, Max wore a tie. He told his mom he wanted to look like the president.
Max Greene, our CURE kid of the week.