Meet St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Patient Logan [VIDEO]
Logan was a normal 6 year old boy who started having frequent headaches, that lead to an MRI, which revealed that Logan had a brain tumor.
Logan had an operation to remove the tumor. After, Logan was sent to St. Jude, as they have the largest pediatric brain tumor research program in the country and the world’s best survival rates.
Logan is now 8, is in the second grade but doing math at a third-grade level. He is signed up for baseball this year and loves his pet Chihuahua, Jo Jo. His mom says, “He’s all you could ever want for a son.”
Logan's family never got or will never get a bill for the treatment he received, because of the generosity of caring people who decide to become a partner in hope and help founder Danny Thomas reach the goal that, “No child should die in the dawn of life,” Donations can be made by phone at 1-800-303-1135.