18-year-old cancer survivor rides on Kaiser Permanente float during 134th Rose Parade

An 18-year-old cancer survivor was one of the stars on Kaiser Permanente’s float during Monday’s Rose Parade.

Matthew Enriquez, a former high school athlete, was diagnosed with a brain tumor at the age of 16. But thanks to Dr. He beats all odds for Naveen Qureshi and others.

He was reunited with his clinical treatment team on Sunday.

“He’s actually responded very well to treatment…but we’ve developed a pretty good relationship with him,” Qureshi said. “This is just a representation of the amazing care we provide to our patients and I’m just so happy we’re using Matthew to represent it.”

Enriquez formed a strong bond with his nursing team, and when he missed his high school graduation while in treatment, they held a special graduation ceremony for him at the clinic.

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