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Ten-year-old Kiarash, who was diagnosed with A.L.L in 2008 and became cancer free in 2011, spends much of his free time playing with his toy sword challenging the courage and dexterity of everyone around. “Seeing your kid going through cancer is the worst thing that could ever happen to a mother.  The only thing that I needed was companionship.  I’m grateful for the support of MAHAK family for the three-year process of treatment

Ten-year-old Kiarash, who was diagnosed with A.L.L in 2008 and became cancer free in 2011, spends much of his free time playing with his toy sword challenging the courage and dexterity of everyone around.

“Seeing your kid going through cancer is the worst thing that could ever happen to a mother.  The only thing that I needed was companionship.  I’m grateful for the support of MAHAK family for the three-year process of treatment where we really felt at home,.” his mother says.

Today, the ever playful Kiarash has beaten his disease and remains cancer free.