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Alvie was born in early October a full term, happy and healthy baby. The first few months went by as smoothly as any first-time parents experience could be with a happy go lucky little boy. But around seven months old Alvie started to get sick, very subtly at first but more and more as time …

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So, how we arrived here… A few months back we noticed a slight tremor in Grayson’s hands, primarily in the morning along with some delayed speech development. We immediately began speech therapy, where our speech therapist, Heather, along with our friend Charity advised that due to the above-mentioned tremor we should engage a Neurologist to …

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Sarah is a 12-year-old girl who, in January 2018, was diagnosed with an aggressive stage 4 brain cancer, called glioblastoma (GBM). Over the course of a year, she’s undergone two surgeries, stayed overnight in the hospital two full weeks and has, for increased health risks, been admitted to the ER. She’s completed 34 rounds of …

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Briley Grace was born and by all accounts appeared healthy, but at about 12 hours her dad noticed that Briley was struggling to breathe, panting or what looked like she was trying to catch her breath. Shortly after, she was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect- Tetralogy of Fallot. To be diagnosed with TOF your …

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Super Stan

Stanley Harbour Evans, otherwise known as SuperStan, was an amazing little boy with a beautiful smile and a heart of gold. SuperStan was a courageous boy who bravely endured chemotherapy and 3 stem cell transplants to conquer medulloblastoma, a form of brain cancer, all at the young age of 2. Stan also had three eye …

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“I think you should have a seat”…. The worst seven words a parent can hear. On December 1st, Maggie-Jo Roqueni aka “MJ the Fighter” was a 3-year-old who was struggling to keep food down and visited a Gastroenterologist doctor after months of no relief. After about 3 minutes he sent us immediately to the Emergency …

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