For those of you who have met Megan you know how amazing, funny, and sweet. At the age of 17 Megan had a bump that we were told was a bruise, then a bug bite. When it started getting worse we went to Riley Children’s hospital. That is where Megan’s life was changed. Megan has been diagnosed with an extremely rare cancer that only 100 people in all of the United States has. Megan has CIC Dux4 Sarcoma. After we found this out we were hoping for good news that it was localized, but more bad news was to come. Megan’s cancer had moved to her lungs and lymph nodes. Megan is currently getting 5 different types of chemo, blood transfusions, and has had multiple surgeries.
Megan is my 17 year old sister. She is the most amazing person and is a fighter. I’m reaching out to anyone who is willing to listen. On behalf of my family I thank you for anything and everything. The money will be used for medical bills, travel to and from the hospital and trying to keep Megan’s spirits up. Megan is my hero and she has a long battle ahead of her but she is #Megandawnstrong.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart