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For an 11 year old understanding cancer is not an easy thing to do, and watching it affect your love ones is even harder.
At 5 years old Bria's great uncle Brendon was diagnosed with Lymphoma. From that early age she watched him fight with all he had. She was with him at the finish line of the Bluenose Marathon, when her mom ran with Team in Training, she cheered on her Papa as he was a match and donated his Stem Cells to Brendon. She loved all the family gatherings in Iona that Brendon ...Read more
As an 84 year old, retired Toronto fire fighter, living in North Bay, Ontario, I might possibly be the most senior Team In Training participant in the program. But I haven’t let that slow me down!
To date I’ve completed four events so far as a Team In Training participant in memory of my son Mike, who had battled multiple myeloma for 10 years. So far I’ve raised $7,666 and I’ve just registered for my next 10k in support of the LLSC. Completing a 10k isn’t as easy ...Read more
My son was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in 2017, so we do it all for him!
Standing beside my son as we did filming for the 2019 Light the Night commercial. It still brings tears to my eyes!
Your money and time goes directly to patients and research to treat blood cancer. Come to a Light the Night walk it is such a surreal experience it will change you!
VOLUNTEER WITH LLSC
I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in 1988 and later diagnosed with ALL in 2007.
I was overwhelmed and scared when I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s, because not only was I facing the unimaginable with poor health, but I was facing it as a single mom of two toddlers. Then in 2007, I was petrified because it took multiple doctors and months to finally diagnose me with Leukemia. I still live with Leukemia against all odds. Even though I still undergo treatments and take daily mainten ...Read more