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Boy who survived leukemia plays Santa Claus at Loma Linda cancer clinic

By in Press Enterprise on December 24, 2017

By David Downey

  • Matthew Arevalo (right), the father of Danny Arevalo (left), a 9-year-old boy from Moreno Valley who has been fighting leukemia almost all his life and is now believed to be clear of the disease, carry toys and other items that he and his mother Julie have collected. Danny helped deliver the toys to children fighting cancer at the Loma Linda University Hospital oncology clinic (the same clinic where he has spent numerous holidays and birthdays). He was assisted by his younger brother Moses, 8, and other volunteers. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Danny Arevalo (left), 9 and a leukemia survivor, watches as Mason Tamura (right), 5 from Yucaipa who also has leukemia, picks out a Mr Potato Head toy Friday at the Loma Linda University Hospital oncology clinic in San Bernardino. 9-year-old boy from Moreno Valley who has been fighting leukemia almost all his life and is now believed to be clear of the disease, delivered toys and other items that he and his mother and father, Julie and Matthew, have collected. He delivered the toys to children fighting cancer at the Loma Linda University Hospital oncology clinic (the same clinic where he has spent numerous holidays and birthdays). He was assisted by his younger brother Moses, 8, and other volunteers. (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

    Danny Arevalo (left), 9 and a leukemia survivor, watches as Mason Tamura (right), 5 from Yucaipa who also has leukemia, picks out a Mr Potato Head toy Friday at the Loma Linda University Hospital oncology clinic in San Bernardino. 9-year-old boy from Moreno Valley who has been fighting leukemia almost all his life and is now believed to be clear of the disease, delivered toys and other items that he and […]    

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