Dylan Haddock Fund

Dylan is a 15 year old boy who loves the outdoors and playing sports. No matter what sport, Dylan will attempt it and give it his all.
On December 13,2014, Dylan was admitted to the hospital to undergo surgery for removal of his appendix. The surgery was an hour longer then anticipated as the surgeon discovered abnormal white blood cells. The surgeon removed them and sent them to the London Health Science Center to have them examined.
January 20th 2015, Dylan went to his follow-up with the surgeon to discover the pathology report came back and he had one of two types of cancer.
By Janurary 23rd, we were on the road to London to the cancer hospital to determine what type of cancer. On Monday February 2nd, we were informed that it was B-cell lymphoma, and they were admitting Dylan that day to determine a "plan of action".
February 13th, Dylan as just completed his first round of chemo. We have many more trips to London and 1 more round of chemo to go with a timeline of 6 months.

I (mom) and Dylan's father are both standing by our son in this fight against cancer!

❤️❤️❤️Any donation of any amount is greatly appreciated! Times will be hard ahead, and financial hardship should not be a worry for this family at this time. All monies will be going towards travel and lost wages. Anything that is not used will go directly to Dylan's education fund for after high school. ❤️❤️❤️


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Kristyn McQuiggan 
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