Grayson Gilbert Beats Rare Cancer, Starts Nonprofit To Grant Wishes To Sick Kids

When Grayson Gilbert was in treatment for a rare form of pancreatic cancer, he didn't doubt for a second that he'd be OK. It did, however, take a little help.

In 1995, Gilbert had been diagnosed with pancreatoblastoma, a cancer so rare in children that his case was only the fifth on the books. Doctors at Hopkins began aggressive chemotherapy and surgery, entering uncharted territory for a patient so small.

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