Liam was diagnosed with B-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia just after his second birthday. He was placed into the very high risk protocol for treatment because of his bone marrow results. His treatment has been very intense over five phases that were each eight weeks long. Each round consisted of weekly chemotherapy including four rounds of high-dose methotrexate which needed a 4 to 5 day hospital stay each round. He also had an allergic reaction to a certain type of chemotherapy, in place of an IV treatment for that chemo, he had to have 56 leg injections. He also had several other hopsital stays because he developed neutropenic fevers since his immune system was so compromised. Throughout all of this, Liam has remained our loving, kind little boy. He is adventurous and smart and we are so proud of him and amazed by his strenght everyday.