Kaiden Schroeder

First post: Jan 18, 2011 Latest post: Dec 5, 2017
Kaiden was diagnosed Memorial Weekend, May 2009, a few months after his 4th birthday, with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). He was in remission 4 weeks later. He was almost a year and a half into treatment when he relapsed in Oct 2010. He was back into remission 4 weeks later, and still is. He is receiving high dose chemo treatments about every week, to cure his Leukemia.
Nov. 2012---Kaiden has relapsed yet again. Currently we are working on getting him back to remission.
Jan. 2013--Kaiden is back into remission!! He is going to have a bone marrow transplant. We are in the beginning steps of starting this process.
Feb. 28, 2013--Kaiden received a bone marrow transplant from his little sister.
Nov. 14, 2013 -- Kaiden has relapsed a 3rd time, we start treatments again in a few days.
Jan. 2014--Kaiden is back into remission, currently we are working on getting him into a clinical trial at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
June 2014 - Kaiden received 2 doses of his modified T Cells in Philadelphia.
Sept 2014 - Kaiden received a third dose of modified T Cells in Philadelphia
Jan 2015 - Kaiden will receive another version of modified T Cells in Philadelphia.
March 2015 - Kaiden has had another relapse. We are researching other treatment options for him.
June 2015 - Kaiden will start high dose chemo, followed by another bone morrow transplant.
August 2015 - Kaiden had his 2nd bone marrow transplant, with his Dad has the donor
Nov 2015 - Results showed Kaiden is 100% donor, and is doing well!!
March 2016 - Kaiden has relapsed for a 5th time
April 2016 - Kaiden started low dose chemo to hold off his disease as long as possible so he can be a kid and enjoy things!
June 2016 - Kaiden started a new trial drug in hopes to kill the leukemia cells
July 2016 - Kaiden is in remission, and continuing the trial drug Inotuzumab for 6 cyles.
January 2017 - Kaiden rec'd his last dose of Inotuzumab and is doing well!
July 2017 - Kaiden has relapsed for the 6th time, and is starting low dose chemo to hold off his disease while we try to find another treatment for him.

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