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In honor and memory of their children, Family Funds raise money to Make It Better for kids and young adults with Osteosarcoma. Their efforts fund desperately needed osteosarcoma research, educational resources, and programs that support kids and families in treatment.

This Week's Featured Fund

Victor

The Victor Morales Osteosarcoma Research Fund

Victor was a very happy, healthy, and active 8-year-old in April 2017 when he started having pain in his left shoulder after playing outdoors. We took him to his pediatrician and his x-ray showed nothing, we were told he was fine and to take ibuprofen for inflammation and pain.

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Allen

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OsteoAngel

The Allen DeDon Osteosarcoma Research Fund is in honor and memory of Allen. MIB Agents everywhere worked on and contributed to MIB MISSION: ALLEN.

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Andrew

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OsteoWarrior

Andrew was an active 12 year old boy when he was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in November 2017. The cancer diagnosis completely stunned, then devastated us.

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Annaleigh

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OsteoAngel

Annaleigh passion for musical theater, singing and guitar were all brought to a halt when she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma at 16 years old. Although the diagnosis was overwhelming, Annaleigh had a strong sense that she would be ok.

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Brenton

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OsteoAngel

Brenton bravely battled osteosarcoma with a smile on his face for just shy of two years. He spread love and happiness to all who had the privilege to know him and his greatest wish was to be able to prevent others from having to experience the pain and suffering he endured.

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Briana

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OsteoAngel

Briana was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in October 2017 when she was only 7 years old. For the next 10 and a half months Briana spent almost every week in the hospital receiving chemotherapy treatment.

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Cameron

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OsteoAngel

The Cameron Bottelberghe Osteosarcoma Research Fund’s intention is to raise MUCH needed funds for osteosarcoma research. Our intention with The Cameron Bottelberghe Fund is to help one day give osteosarcoma patients NEW drugs.

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Charlotte

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OsteoWarrior

Charlotte was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in her right femur in July 2018. She began chemotherapy on her 15th birthday, and endured 9 months of chemo plus limb-salvage surgery.

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Cheyenne

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OsteoAngel

Cheyenne DeVelasco passed from this life on Sunday, August 20th, 2017. She will surely rest peacefully knowing she was loved deeply, she loved greatly and gave of herself wholeheartedly until the very end of her life.

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Chris

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OsteoAngel

In June of 2016 Chris went to the doctor for leg pain. An x-ray showed a tumor in his right femur. A week later, the biopsy confirmed the tumor was osteosarcoma.

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Christien

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OsteoAngel

Christien Mikhail Quiles was an incredible young man who was filled with love and a passion for life and people. Simply put he was an absolute joy to be around, motivating everyone he came in contact with.

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Clayton

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OsteoAngel

Clayton was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (bone cancer) in December 2013. He suffered greatly from this disease and passed away in August 2016 after exhausting all treatment options.

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Conner

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OsteoAngel

Conner was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in April 2016 when he was 9 years old. We definitely did not expect our Sunday morning Urgent Care visit for a stomach bug and an “oh, my son’s right leg is swollen at his knee, can you look at that while we are here” would turn into a cancer diagnosis.

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Dylan

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OsteoAngel

Dylan demonstrated incredible strength, courage, and optimism. He never stopped fighting and never gave up hope. He lived by his credo “I will always be strong enough to pick myself up no matter what,” and inspired others with his resilience, joyful spark, and grace.

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Elijah

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OsteoAngel

Elijah was voted class clown in 8th grade. He loved school. He loved making his friends laugh, even if it got him into trouble sometimes. Elijah never wanted his osteosarcoma to define him.

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Emily

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OsteoWarrior

Emily was dx with Osteosarcoma April 2018, she was finishing up her last semester of sophomore year in college. Her world was rattled. She had LSS in August of 2018 and rang the bell on Feb 9, 2019.

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Ian G

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OsteoAngel

Ian was an energetic, soccer-loving 12-year-old boy in November of 2019 when he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma of the left tibia with metastatic disease. Before he even finished the 10 weeks of initial chemotherapy, repeat studies showed that his cancer was not responding to the standard treatment, which has not changed in over 30 years.

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Ian V

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OsteoAngel

Ian battled osteosarcoma (bone cancer) since April of 2015. It started with a bump on his shin that when removed was discovered to be malignant. After amputating his leg in June of 2015 and 8 grueling months of chemotherapy he was declared NED (no evidence of disease).

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Jack

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OsteoWarrior

Jack was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in his left tibia in April of 2017. When the diagnosis of osteosarcoma was finally made it forever changed the life of our family. Jack began with 3 months of chemo followed by Limb Salvage Surgery and then more chemo.

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Jayden

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OsteoAngel

On May 29, 2018, after being NED for three months, Jayden relapsed with nodules in his left lung. He again began treatment to beat cancer… He completed 4 more cycles of chemo, however, this time Jayden never went into remission.

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Jorge

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OsteoAngel

Jorge lived for and loved his dear and beautiful family, Star Wars, Disneyland and MIB Agents. His life of kindness and service to his family, while he was suffering, was noble and extraordinary.

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Keely

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OsteoWarrior

Keely was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in her proximal left tibia in early August 2018. She began chemo (MAP) almost immediately. Given only one choice for surgery (limb-salvage) by Rady Children’s, we traveled to UC Davis for a rotationplasty with Dr. Lor Randall.

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Kyle

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OsteoAngel

After complaining of leg pain, Kyle was diagnosed with osteosarcoma at the age of 15 in January of 2017. Our family was terrified, but we were hopeful.

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Leah

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OsteoAngel

Leah was the best listener and held so much love for the important people in her life and her cat. She had a contagious laugh that spread to anyone in her presence. Leah loved life and never wanted to give it up. She should be alive today, and now we are left only hoping that we can prevent others from losing this same fight.

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Mason

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OsteoAngel

From Mason’s Mother: I think a memory that will stand out forever in our minds is that mere minutes after hearing from doctors that they fear Mason may have cancer.

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Matthew

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OsteoAngel

The Matthew Lehrman Osteosarcoma Research Fund began when Matthew contacted MIB Agents and asked how he could Make It Better (MIB) for osteosarcoma for patients. He believed that we needed more research for osteosarcoma, so we set up a donation page for his friends and family who wanted to help.

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Megan

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OsteoAngel

Our precious daughter, Megan, was an athlete who had just finished playing in the high school volleyball championship game in mid-November of 2014. Just before Christmas, she began having pain in her knee.

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Michael

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OsteoAngel

Michael Heras passed from this life on May 25, 2018. He will always be remembered with love and admiration for his incredible courage and fortitude in battling osteosarcoma.

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Mohan

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OsteoAngel

Noblesse oblige is a French phrase literally meaning “nobility obligates”. It denotes the concept that nobility extends beyond mere entitlements and requires the person who holds such status to fulfill social responsibilities, particularly in leadership roles.

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Nicholas

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OsteoAngel

From Nicholas’ Mother: My son, Nicholas, was your typical active teenager, and had a passion for riding ATV’s. So when he came home from a weekend of riding and complained of pain in his shin, we assumed he had hurt himself having way too much fun.

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Ryan

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OsteoWarrior

Ryan was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in his hip joint on Sept 2014 at 17 years old in his Senior Year of High School. He completed treatment in July 2015 and relapsed in January 2016 to his lung with surgery to remove the nodule in April 2016. He has amazingly and gratefully been NED since then.

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Seth

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OsteoAngel

Seth Wright won the heart of millions without even knowing. Seth was diagnosed with metastasized Osteosarcoma on November 27, 2017 at the age of 14.

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Sharon

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OsteoAngel

My Story: In November 2012 at the age of 47, I was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in my right tibia. Osteosarcoma is an aggressive bone cancer. It usually occurs in children and young adults. There have been no new treatments in over 40 years.

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Sloane

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OsteoWarrior

This strong, amazing person has always seemed larger than life. Then, in December 2016, Sloane was diagnosed with osteosarcoma bone cancer in her right femur, after years of being incorrectly treated for leg pain. She had just turned 12 years old. We were devastated.

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Sydney

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OsteoAngel

Sydney is 15 years old and has been fighting Osteosarcoma for nearly 2 years. Her tumor is in her sacrum and has spread to her lungs. She has been through numerous chemotherapy treatments, had several surgeries and been through 2 separate courses of radiation.

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Victor

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OsteoAngel

Victor was a very happy, healthy, and active 8-year-old in April 2017 when he started having pain in his left shoulder after playing outdoors. We took him to his pediatrician and his x-ray showed nothing, we were told he was fine and to take ibuprofen for inflammation and pain.

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Victoria

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OsteoWarrior

Victoria was 13 years old, a competitive swimmer and in 7th grade when she complained of ankle pain early in December 2014. Our family was not prepared to hear the words “your daughter has cancer” just a few days later.

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“What better way to fight the disease than to help guide the research being funded; no longer was osteosarcoma in control, but we were in control of finding ways to eliminate osteosarcoma. Since Ian has passed, we have continued fundraising and participating, so that someday no other family will need to lose their child to osteosarcoma. We are absolutely certain that using our grief to honor and remember Ian will Make It Better."
- Ian V’s Mom
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