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I Was Diagnosed with AML in November, 2014
Gianpaolo was diagnosed with ALL in 2017 at the young age of 3 years old. He also has Down syndrome which many people don’t know but can increase the risk of receiving a blood cancer diagnosis.
I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma on August 26, 2016. It was just shy of two months after undergrad convocation. It was definitely not how I was expecting to start my “adult” life.
After weeks of nervous waiting, I was diagnosed with stage two Hodgkin's Lymphoma on July 21st, my 22nd birthday and would have to undergo four months of chemo.
I got diagnosed with AML in 2009. Being in that environment for three years of her life, and then suddenly without any safety next, thrown back to the “reality” I had to go back to high school in the crucial years, grade 11.
Our world turned upside down on October 6th, 2017. My little girl was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. We had taken Paige to the doctor because she had several bruises on her legs that did not seem to heal.
In the beginning, I thought it was just another flu. I felt tired, weak, but still, managed to attend school and hang out with friends. What confused my mother and I, is that the illness would come and go. It was quite elusive.
As co-chair of the Light The Night fundraiser, 15-year-old Lia Goh hopes to improve the lives of kids with cancer
Rachel was typical child starting Grade 2. She loved adventures outdoors, swimming and skiing. She was a proud big sister, always caring for and playing with her younger sister Hayley. Rachel was creative, making, accessorizing and collecting all things beautiful.