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Here at Tumor 2 Autism, we share the life of a military family with a child that that lived though a pediatric brain tumor at the age of two and has been diagnosed with autism at the age of five. Now at the age of ten, we feel that sharing our stories and delivering information could help others going through similar situations. Our goal is to enlighten, share, relieve stress, and have some fun while we are at it.

About Carter

Carter, born in 2009, was diagnosed with a Pilocytic Astrocytoma in November of 2011. After having two resections and a placement of a ventriculoperitoneal shunt in his head permanently, he attempted to regain a life of normalcy. In 2014, Carter was diagnosed with Autism. Carter is also part of an active duty military family, which doesn’t make life any easier. This is why we choose to share our stories, so that others may prepare.

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