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Teenager was told he probably had the flu
Was actually late stage cancer

March 01, 2018




CLICK TO ENLARGE. Hunter Brady seen here in interview with WTFS-TV news
Chronicle staff

(TAMPA) – Hunter Brady, a teen from the Tampa area may be lucky to be alive.

According to a funding page set up to help him and his family, on New Years Eve he started having some aches and pains with a slight fever and cough.

His mother took him to a local medical clinic but the clinic didn’t run any tests and said what he probably had was “a virus.”

They went home with some medicine but the next day his symptoms got worse so his mother brought him back to the clinic and this time they were told the progression of symptoms was likely an allergic reaction to the medication and not to worry about it, just stop taking the meds and "let the virus run it's course".

They advised his parents, Cheryl and Ronnie that if they were still concerned they could see a pediatrician.

They took their son to a pediatrician who ordered a CAT-SCAN and that test revealed that Hunter's lung was not only collapsed but contained a large amount of fluid.

He also had severely swollen lymph nodes.

The Diagnosis: Hodgkins Lymphoma, a type of cancer. Stage four.

Since the diagnosis earlier this year, Hunter has undergone a bone marrow biopsy, blood transfusion, began a course of chemotherapy at a local hospital and also underwent surgeries to drain the fluid from his chest, according to a report by WFTS-TV.










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