Evan was first diagnosed with neuroblastoma on Sept, 16th 2016. After a quick surgery, his tumor was removed and he was in remission just 7 weeks later. However, In January 2017, Evan's cancer relapsed. This time coming back fast & furious. He was immediatly diagnosed with stage 4 high risk neuroblastoma and started chemotherapy the following day. We were devastated. Evan has a long road ahead. Once chemo is complete, he still faces surgery, radiation and a bone marrow transplant. In addition to his recent cancer diagnosis, Evan was born with multiple congenital heart defects. He underwent open heart surgery at 6 days old to repair some of the defects but lives with a lifelong diagnosis of CHD. He currently struggles with physical and developmental delays, uses a gastronomy tube to supplement his nutrition and undergoes weekly PT, OT & speech therapies as well as other issues. Evan is a warrior, a fighter, the definition of strength & determination. He's been through more in his short 2 years of life than most battle in a lifetime. He'll fight this cancer diagnosis too.