Brave Slater Walker succumbs to brain cancer at 6 leaving behind a lasting legacy

Back in March this year, young Slater Walker was told he only had a few months to live after every medical avenue to cure his brain cancer had now failed. He had been battling stage 2/3 brain cancer since he was 17-months old. Now, it was deemed terminal.
He fought and he fought, but most importantly, however, he lived his last months with zest and a steely determination to fulfill some of his dying wishes.
Unfortunately on Wednesday, August 11th, Slater lost his battle against the disease.

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