He was admitted Wednesday, January 23 and started chemotherapy on Friday, January 25, and was likely to be hospitalized for six months. One of the biggest challenges for the family was the inability to work and the necessity for Jodin’s younger sister to stay with friends who live an hour away. Through all of this, Jodin continued to stay in a good mood and be the brightest kid ever, having always been helpful, kind, sweet, and funny. After a long hard battle against AMl Jodin passed away surrounded by those he loved most.
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