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My Story

Justin is the middle triplet in a traveling circus family known as the Flying Condolucis!  Seriously, Justin is the greatest kid you could ever meet who just happens to have had cancer, three times, and has every intention of being cancer-free and becoming a pediatric oncologist when he grows up.  He is also a devoted Boston Red Sox fan, theatre geek and dog lover.  This is his journey, thanks for following along...On April 11, 2007 Justin was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) and fell into the standard risk, pre-b category.  He spent the next 3.2 years in treatment at the Valerie Center at Monmouth Medical Center.On a routine check-up on December 13, 2010, six months off-treatment, it was discovered that had relapsed.  His treatment was moved to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  He underwent 1 year of intense chemo, 22 rounds of radiation and 1 year of maintenance chemo.  He completed treatment on March 1, 2013. On June 4, 2013 we got the horrible news once again, Justin had relapsed.  He underwent intensive chemo again which lead to some serious complications but got him to the point where he could receive a bone marrow transplant.  On September 26, 2013 Justin's sister Annie underwent the painful process of retrieving stem cells from her hip bone and later that day that precious gift of live-saving cells were infused into Justin.  He remained in the hospital for 9 weeks and continues his recovery at home. Please feel free to post your well wishes and questions here. Justin firmly believes that he's beaten cancer once and for all.  "When you pass through the water, I will be with you; And through the rivers, they shall not overflow you.  When you walk through the fire, you shall not be burned, nor shall the flame scorch you." Isaiah 43:2


Amy Condoluci posted a new journal entry, "Life Goes On...".

Lots of mixed emotions today. One year ago today we lost our precious friend and fellow warrior Mya.  I keep her “pay it forward” cards in my wallet and do my best ... Read more

Sandy Daron signed Justin's Guestbook.

Hi Amy,I pray Justin's ALC will begin to rise!! I know it is concerning to you!! I pray Justin will be able to gain some weight!!I bet Moose is one spoiled little guy!! I ... Read more

Amy Mulford signed Justin's Guestbook.

Moose is adorable! Brooke was diagnosed 2 1/2 months after we got our golden retriever puppy so I know what you mean. So excited for you all! It was great meeting you this ... Read more

JoAnn McWilliams signed Justin's Guestbook.

Congrats on the new family member!  That puppy is just what your world needs.  Who can resist the unconditional love of a puppy.  Moose looks amazing!!!  Have fun!  ... Read more

Sandy Daron signed Justin's Guestbook.

I am soo glad Justin got his "minnie" button. I didn't know about those. I pray it works MUCH better for him!!OMGOSH!! Moose is ADORABLE!!!! WOW!!! Is he a Golden? ... Read more

joe paduano signed Justin's Guestbook.

Good to see a more recent photo of Justin. He looks good. A new dog sounds like a good idea. Stay strong Justin. I always have a prayer each day for you. Read more

Alison Silver signed Justin's Guestbook.

Best news ever!!!!!! I am already in love with Moose. Love to you all and if Justin wants to email us pics we would love to see them. I will have to break the news to ... Read more

Amy Condoluci posted a new journal entry, "Minnie & Moose".

As I explained Justin has been having a difficult time wanting food, eating food, and keeping food down since transplant.  This is common for people post-transplant and ... Read more

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