By Karen Borta

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NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Jaden Lowry looks like your typical 6-year-old. It’s hard to tell he was diagnosed with B-cell Lymphoma last September.

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“When he said B-cell Lymphoma at first it was like a total shock. And it’s like, yeah.. this is my child. And what do I do,” asked Lowry’s mother, Tiffany, who is a nurse.

Jaden has endured five rounds of chemotherapy, and during it all, his positive attitude never wavered, according to his family. The little boy with a beautiful smile wants to help the children.

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“I get to teach other people, teach other kids, that it’s ok.  Just go through,” he said.

Wise words for anyone at any age, going through anything life may have thrown their way.

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