Alexander Wilson was diagnosed with a very rare form of childhood cancer, called a Pleurapulmonary Blastoma, in his right lung and the left atrium of the heart. He underwent chemotherapy at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital in Nashville, TN. 3 months into remission he was diagnosed with a cancerous bladtoma on his diaphragm. He underwent radiation treatments at Childrens Hospital in Knoxville, TN. After being announced that he was in remission from that round with cancer, the doctors found a cancerous nerve sheath tumor in his brain the size of a lemon. He then had 31 rounds of proton therapy at Provision in Knoxville, TN. Afterwards he was announced in remission in May of 2016. Follow on scans have since been clear. He had his power port access point removed in August. Now we just have to pay off all of the medical bills accrued over the past 2 years. You can follow him and see his story of survival on Facebook at "Alexander's Fight".