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Will Walker Dreams of Super Bowl Trip

A ONCE IN A LIFETIME MOMENT, WHEN MOMENTS ARE ALL THAT COUNT

Article by Cate Marian

Photography by Will's Warriors Facebook Page

Will Walker, 14, is battling a rare cancer, but now he's excited to watch the Kansas City Chiefs battle against the San Francisco 49ers—and he’s committed to being there to see it! 

For this super fan with Synovial Sarcoma, a type of cancer that affects soft tissues, going to the Super Bowl is a dream trip.

To Will, it’s more than just a game. The teenager has been an avid sports fan for most of his life, and his disease has never stopped him from doing what he loves. When his left arm was amputated, he continued to play baseball through NubAbility Athletics, a camp dedicated to coaching kids with limb loss. 

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He’s fought to continue to call himself an athlete. He’s fought for financial support for treatments and clinical trials. He’s fought through chemo, which is no longer working. With his cancer spreading at a rapid pace, he’s now fighting for his dream trip to attend Super Bowl LIV. 

“When people say don’t give up—you can do it,” he told KQ2.com

With Will cheering from the stands in Miami, it’s a sentiment we hope the Chiefs will also take to heart.