So awful. The New England Patriots offensive tackle, Nate Solder, has released devastating news about his infant son, Hudson. The precious little boy was recently diagnosed with a cancerous Wilms’ tumor in his kidneys.
Nate Solder shared the heartbreaking news at a benefit for the Joe Andruzzi Foundation, on Nov. 16. He revealed that his son, Hudson, 4 months, was diagnosed in October with Wilms’ tumor and has undergone chemotherapy to treat it.
Sweet little Hudson, whom was born in July, has already undergone chemotherapy treatments at Boston Children’s Hospital, Nate revealed during the gala. Hudson’s diagnoses comes on the heels of Nate being diagnosed and treated for testicular cancer last year. So heartbreaking. He is currently sitting the season out due to an bicep injury that has left him on the reserve list.
After he revealed the sad news at the gala, Nate took to social media to thank everyone for their support. He tweeted, “Thank you everyone ! support the
#JAF -God is better than we can imagine.”
— Nate Solder (@soldernate) November 17, 2015
Support is pouring in for Hudson and his family. “Thought and prayers to Patriots T Nate Solder who revealed his infant son has kidney cancer and was undergoing chemo treatment,” ESPN on NFL tweeted out. We wish all the best to the Hudson and the Solder family during this difficult time.
HollywoodLifers — leave your well wishes for the sweet Hudson and his family below!
— Brittany King