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Ashley Backstrom

Ashley Backstrom, Orleans Ontario

  • Grade 11 Student, Louis Riel High School
  • Hobbies and Interests: Soccer, soccer and more soccer, reading and shopping
  • Condition – T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Our lives changed in May 2008.  For a few weeks prior to Mother’s day Ashley had been complaining that she was tired and that her muscles were sore.  As the parents of an elite athlete no alarm bells went off as we assumed it was just the result of the rigorous training program she was following both at school and outside of school.  Just before we were ready to leave for Mississauga for season opening games of the OYSL (Ontario Youth Soccer League), Ashley asked us to look at her throat and back.  She had what looked like a rash on her back and the glands of her throat were inflamed.  She begged us to wait until after the weekend to go to the doctor as she did not want to miss soccer. The following week she saw our family doctor who immediately requested blood tests. By May 22, she was at CHEO and it was confirmed that she was leukemic. On May 23 she had a bone marrow aspiration to determine that she had T-Cell ALL. Chemotherapy began immediately. More »

Hanna Beier: Esterhazy, Saskatchewan

  • Age: 9
  • Hobbies: Reading, Swimming, Baseball

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Accute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma

Number of years on treatment: 2

Number of celebrated years off treatment: 8 months

My toughest challenge with childhood cancer: Being away from friends/school

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Andy Brooks

Andy Brooks: Oakville, Ontario

  • Child’s condition: 10 years fighting cancer. 4 years in celebrated remission
  • Brain Tumour
  • Age: 17

Colds last 7 days with treatment or a week without, and that week seem to drag on forever. Imagine 4,745 days of illness, give or take 100 days or so. Andy has been battling and living with cancer for that long. Diagnosed and first treated at age 3, Andy is now 16 years old, and still spends about a week a month at the Hospital for Sick Children. With many pediatric cancers, recovery is never whole or complete. In Andy’s case, at age 13 years, after 10 years of treatments and therapies, Andy celebrated remission but by Age 15, Andy was diagnosed with intractable epilepsy and is legally blind; a legacy from the disease itself and the cures to keep him alive. More »

Hanna Brooks

Hanna Brooks: Oakville, Ontario

  • Hannah, 19, is the eldest of three siblings. Her brother, Andy Brooks spent 10 years fighting cancer and at the age of 18, is now in four years of celebrated remission.

The summer after my fourth birthday, Andy and I religiously spent every summer afternoon in our brand new forest green sandbox. We used to always try and build the world’s biggest sandcastle, but just as I would put a stick at the top, Andy would decide to make a moat and the whole thing would dissolve. As much as it annoyed me, I always used to burst out laughing only to be followed by my three year old brother’s giggles. But then one afternoon, Andy wasn’t there and by the time he could return, we had outgrown our once beloved sandbox. More »

Erika Campbell

Erika Campbell: Barrie, Ontario

  • Erika, 11, supports her friend, Adam Fedosoff, through his diagnosis and ongoing treatment of High Risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL).

Erika Campbell is 11 years old and resides in Barrie, Ontario with her mom, dad, family dog, Fritz and two rats, Vada and Bella. Erika attends Algonquin Ridge Elementary School and her hobbies include basketball, volleyball, cycling, skiing, swimming and hot summer days on the family boat.

Last year Erika volunteered for the Sears National Ride and went from Toronto to Halifax. The experience is one that will stay in her heart for the rest of her life. The children she meet were very sick but they were so happy that this event was happening for them with the hope to bring an end to their suffering. The riders and crew worked so hard to make this event successful that I wish all the love put forth could cure these kids and stop the pain of cancer. More »


It was my birthday party, and our usually vibrant 3 ½ year old son was still not feeling well. Neither the birthday celebrations, nor his favourite uncle’s horse-play could draw out his infectious toddler giggle. It had been a couple days now that his fever just wouldn’t relent and the worry that crept into our thoughts became overwhelming. More »

Brody Chapman

Brody Chapman: Alberta

  • Age: 12
  • Hobbies and Interests: Scrap booking, ATV's, Boxing

Experience with Childhood Cancer

  • Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: ALL Leukemia
  • Number of years on treatment: 1 year
  • My treatment facility: Stollery Children's Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta
Number of celebrated years off treatment: Not there yet

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  • Age: 12
  • Condition: Brain Tumor

Brook had been sick on and off with headaches and nausea. Her flu-like symptoms would come and go until one night she became desperately ill. She had developed a blood infection and was admitted to McMaster Children’s Hospital.

That was when the brain tumour was discovered. It was a shock to the whole family. Things moved very quickly from that point. More »

Megan Cross

Megan Cross: Kingston, Ontario

The lives of 5 people changed forever the night of Thursday, April 24th, 2008. Megan hadn’t been herself for a number weeks. She had been lethargic, pale, had no appetite and was bruising for no reason. That morning we visited our family doctor and had some blood work done. In our heads we thought she must be anemic or had some kind of infection, not in our wildest dreams did we think we would hear the following words, “We think Megan has leukemia.” Late that night we received a phone call telling us Megan’s blood counts were really off and that we should get to Kingston General Hospital immediately.

Still not believing anything serious could possibly be wrong we woke her and took her to the hospital. Within minutes of arriving we heard those words and life changed forever. More »

Alicia Denoon

Alicia Denoon: Guelph, Ontario

  • Age: 10

Alicia had a ten hour surgery at the age of three, to remove a cerebellar pylocitic astrocytoma. Our doctor was confident that he had removed all of her tumor after the surgery, but unfortunately further tests showed that there were considerable residual amounts left in a number of locations. In addition to the news that our princess would face a 65 week chemo treatment schedule we also had to deal with some physical damage that had occurred to the cerebellum during the surgery. She was left unable to even sit upright unassisted. She also had double vision, vertigo and had lost all depth perception due to damage to the 6th nerve. We took her home and started our own regiment of physiotherapy immediately. More »


  • Age: 12
  • Condition: Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis

In May of 2007, Dustin started getting very bad headaches. They became more frequent and more severe. Despite visits to his family doctor and medications, the headaches were getting stronger. At the end of July, Dustin was sent for an MRI.

Dustin had a tumour that was putting pressure on a cranial nerve affecting ear, eye and jaw. The tumour was caused by a rare white blood cell disorder that causes cells to cluster into masses. McMaster Children's Hospital doctors operated to remove as much of the tumour as they could. Since it was in such a delicate area they could not remove all of it without possibly damaging his jaw function, sight or hearing. More »

Adam Fedosoff

Adam Fedosoff : Toronto, Ontario

  • Child’s condition: High Risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)
  • Age: 13

Adam has always been known for his athleticism, especially in minor hockey. His talent as a young hockey player was very promising as he continued to succeed year after year earning top points for every rep team he played for. He was known as “Feddy” and had an uncanny sense of where to be on the ice. He even won “For The Love of the Game Award,” which describes Adam completely, his love for hockey. More »

Peter Gatti

Peter Gatti: Toronto, Ontario

  • Peter is a very active 14 year old boy. He lives with his Mom, David and brother David, 10.

Peter was diagnosed with Leukemia (ALL) in April of 2006 one week after his 12th birthday after what seemed to be an uneventful bout of stomach flu. The doctor had decided to do some precautionary blood work which eventually led to the discovery of the leukemia at Sick’s Kids Hospital. He was immediately admitted and within a week of undergoing intensive chemotherapy, he was in remission. At the end of this first week, Peter could barely walk and required a wheelchair for the first day out and about. Peter continues with his protocol (a three and a half year program) which includes multiple visits to Sick Kids Hospital for various treatments including lumbar punctures (injections of chemotherapy in the spinal cord). More »

Shawn Gilles

Shawn Gilles : Calgary, Alberta

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: I was diagnosed with brain cancer when I was 8 years old which is something that I did not understand at the time.

Number of years on treatment: As of August I will be 7 years cancer free

Number of celebrated years off treatment: That would be about 6 years

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Melodina Herman: Shelburne, Ontario

  • Age: Would have been 18 (deceased)
  • Condition: - I had a very rare cancer and HLH and underwent a Bone Marrow Stem Cell Transplant and well as Chemo and Radiation
  • Hobbies: Ski racing, Karate, education, family and friends, music etc. etc.

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Heptasplenic Gamma/Delta Peripheral T-cell Lymphoma with an underlying condition called Haemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis

Number of years on treatment: Just over three years

Number of celebrated years off treatment: Passed away January 10th 2009

Number of months or years Bereaved: Gone over 5 months now

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Katie Hoddinott

Katie Hoddinott: London, Ontario

  • Age: 10
  • Hobbies and Interests: Gymnastics, piano and I love all animals, especially my pet rat, Sherbert and my dog, Caruso.

I had cancer before I was born. My Dad is blind because of an eye cancer called Retinoblastoma (RB) and my older brother, Riley had it too. My parents knew that there was a good chance that I could have RB, so they did a test called an amniocentesis while my Mom was pregnant with me. They found out that I had it too. I was the first baby in the world to be diagnosed before I was born. I was delivered 1 month early and had laser surgery on the tiny tumours in my eyes when I was 1 day old. I never had to have chemotherapy because the tumours were so small. I had lots of laser surgery until I was about 3 years old. Then I didn’t have any more tumours. More »

Riley Hoddinott

Riley Hoddinott: London, Ontario

  • Age: 12
  • Hobbies and Interests: Biking, building, remote control airplanes and cars, and Karate

I was diagnosed with Retinoblastoma (eye cancer) when I was just 1 day old. I started chemotherapy when I was 4 days old. I had chemotherapy, cryotherapy and laser surgery for 3 years. I eventually had to have my left eye removed when I was 3 years old and have never looked back. My parents tell me that it was a very long, tough road but I don’t remember. Thank you to all the doctors that helped keep me alive and keep one good eye. More »


Jesse is a typical 7 year old boy. He likes to play soccer, swim, play video games and spend time at the cabin. He loves his family – his Mom Monica, Dad Chris, Sister Hannah, his extended family and his dog, Cooper.
Jesse is in Grade 1 at a French Immersion school in Winnipeg. Sometimes Jesse has to miss school to go to “clinic” at CancerCare Manitoba to receive chemotherapy.

Two years ago, Jesse was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia or ALL. Although the journey through cancer treatment can be difficult, Jesse has always travelled with a smile. The staff at CancerCare, Children’s Hospital and the Health Sciences Centre – the doctors, nurses and Child Life Specialists – have always done what they can to keep that smile on his face.

Madison Alexandria Hazel Lee

(Named for her father’s grandfather and her mother’s grandmother)
Parents: Robert Nelson Lee and Margaret Anne J. Taylor

She's a six-year-old packed with energy and among her vocabulary are words that other kids would not know, such as "temperature", "nurse" and "medicine". She can now work thermometers, take her own blood pressure and take a "poke" (a needle) without any concerns at all. It's her world, because Madison was diagnosed with leukemia in September of 2004. She has been through almost four years of treatment at the Alberta Children’s Hospital, and she had her last bone marrow test on May 9, 2007 and took her last dose of chemotherapy on May 15, 2009.

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Lindsey Lourenco

Lindsey Lourenco: Surrey, British Columbia

  • Age: 15

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Leukemia

Tony Lourenco was touched by what he saw on his tour of BC Children’s Hospital in July 2007: He saw images of strength and courage in patients and of unwavering dedication in doctors and caregivers. At the same time, he was also thankful for the health of his 13-year-old twin daughters, Lindsey and Sadie. A few weeks later, the Lourenco family took off on a dream trip to Portugal. Upon arrival, Lindsey began feeling sick. Tony took Lindsey to a local doctor and was assured that she was likely having a hard time adjusting to the climate change. But Lindsey’s condition continued to worsen – she slept most days and had lost almost 25 pounds. At the next doctor’s visit, the Lourencos were told to bring Lindsey straight to a hospital. Lindsey ran a high fever and it was feared that she would lapse into a coma. A few bone marrow and spinal tests confirmed the family’s worst nightmare – Lindsey had leukemia and needed to begin treatment immediately.. More »

Rachel MacDonald

Rachel MacDonald: Woodstock, Ontario

  • Age: 8
  • Attend Innerkip Central School
  • Hobbies: Playing on my Webkinz and Nintendo DS, going to church and Sunday School and singing when I am able,  I also love doing my work from school, either when I am at school or at home or the hospital on RazKids and Starfall programs on the internet.

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family Brain Cancer / Medulloblastoma

Number of years on treatment: 1

Number of celebrated years off treatment: Currently undergoing treatment, to be completed around November 2009

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Hannah MacKenzie: Halifax, Nova Scotia

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Number of years on treatment: 16 months

My toughest challenge with childhood cancer: Getting over my fear of needles

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Madelaine is seven years old and was diagnosed with leukemia on Jan 9 2004 just prior to her second birthday. She completed treatment and in 2006 she relapsed into her central nervous system. She has completed treatment in Nov of 2008 and is currently doing well.

The riders are truly an inspiration to us and in fact her dad has taken holidays from work in order to ride with the riders. This is my show of support and I truly believe in what the riders are doing


Sixteen year old Marisa was diagnosed with cancer one week after her 8th birthday. She is now in her 9th year of cancer treatment for a very rare form of spinal cord cancer. She has received extensive radiation and chemotherapies, numerous surgeries and Gamma Knife therapy. She uses her incredible strength and courage not only to fight her disease, but also to be an active voice for children's health issues.

Adam Mason: Barrie, Ontario

  • Age: 30
  • In 1984 I was diagnosed with a brain tumour.

Experience with Childhood Cancer

  • Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: I am a dedicated and passionate advocate for childhood cancer. Love to volunteer and run.
  • Number of years on treatment: Not sure.
  • Number of celebrated years off treatment: 20+ years.

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Megan McNeil

Megan McNeil: Delta, British Columbia

  • Age: 18
  • Hobbies and Interests: Music, singing, running, dance, eating

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Adrenalcortical Carcinoma

Number of years on treatment: Over 2 1/2

Number of celebrated years off treatment: None yet… But hopefully soon to come!

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Maria Métivier

Maria Métivier: Pintendre, Lévis, Québec

  • Age: 13
  • Hobbies and Interests: Scrapbooking, internet, lecture

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Leucémie mielloїde aigüe

Number of years on treatment: Du 25 octobre 2008 au 10 avril 2009

Number of celebrated years off treatment: Rémission depuis le 13 mai 2009

Number of Months or years Bereaved: Le 25 octobre 2009

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Jesse Morningstar

Jesse Morningstar: Sarnia, Ontario

  • Age: 3
  • Hobbies and Interests: Ninja Turtles, Power Rangers, riding his bicycle, coloring, skating, swimming and playing hide & seek

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Brainstem Glioma – Cervicomedullary tumor

Number of years on treatment: Initial treatment was for 3 months - ended March 18/08

Number of celebrated years off treatment: 13 months off treatment

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Ty Murray

Ty Murray: Airdrie, Alberta

  • Age: 17
  • Hobbies and Interests: KCCFA, Hockey, Football, Camping

Experience with Childhood Cancer

  • Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: A.L.L.
  • Number of years on treatment: 3 ½ years
  • My treatment facility: Alberta Children’s Hospital
  • Number of celebrated years off treatment: 8 Months

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Kathryn Peeters

Kathryn Peeters: Omemee, Ontario

  • Age: 16
  • Hobbies and Interests: Reading, crafts, collect ladybugs
  • I have a brain tumour

Experience with Childhood Cancer

  • Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Brain tumour
  • Number of years on treatment: 1 year
  • Number of celebrated years off treatment: 11 years
  • Number of months or years Bereaved: 0

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Véronique Pellerin

Véronique Pellerin: Montreal, Québec

  • Age: 23
  • Hobbies and Interests: Golf, sports, lecture, films, bénévolat
  • Relationship to Childhood Cancer: J’ai été diagnostiquée avec un cancer en 2000. Je suis en rémission depuis 2001

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Un lymphome à grandes cellules, c’est un cancer des ganglions. J’avais plusieurs métastases dont des métastases osseuses.

Number of years on treatment: 1 an

Number of celebrated years off treatment: 7 ans

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Harmony Pokora

Harmony Pokora: Waterloo, Ontario

  • Age: 29
  • Hobbies and Interests: My 2 young children keep me very busy, but in my spare time I provide lactation support and training for new and expecting moms through the Breastfeeding Buddies of Waterloo Region program and I also volunteer as VP, Board of Directors at my kids’ preschool
  • Relationship to Childhood Cancer: My sibling had cancer

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma

Number of years on treatment: 3 years (to the day) altogether – 22 months pre-diagnosis and 14 months post-diagnosis

Number of months or years Bereaved: 5 months (as of June 10, 2009)

My toughest challenge with childhood cancer: Watching the suffering that my sister had to endure only to lose her battle in the end More »

Erica Scarff: Toronto, Ontario

  • Age: 12 1/2
  • Hobbies and Interests: Gymnastics (provincial level)

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Osteosarcoma (bone cancer)

Number of years on treatment: Began treatment in October 2008

My toughest challenge with childhood cancer: Modified amputation and not seeing friends often Describe some great things that have come about through your journey of childhood cancer: “Erica’s Wish” was created – a walk/running event to raise awareness/research dollars for osteosarcoma. Meeting cancer patients in the hospital. Outpour of support and well wishes from family, friends and community. More »

Madison Scott

Madison Scott: Whitby, Ontario

  • Child’s condition: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)
  • Age: 10

“I can’t say enough about the staff at SickKids. Doctors, nurses, child life – they all took the time to comfort us and assure us that everything would be fine.” – Peggy-Jo Scott

In the summer of 2007, Madison, 10, was starring as one of the Scouts in “To Kill a Mockingbird” at the Avon theatre in Stratford. By the time the fall came, she started to complain of exhaustion and back pain. Extremely worried, her parents took her to a hospital. A blood test revealed alarming results and Madison was referred to The Hospital for Sick Children. Here, they discovered she had acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). More »

Marisa Solta

Marisa Solta: Winnipeg, Manitoba

  • Child’s condition: Thorasic PNET
  • Age: 16

Number of years on treatment: 8+

My toughest challenge with childhood cancer: Isolation, death of friends & knowing that I’ll never be cured.

Describe some great things that have come about through your journey of childhood cancer: The people that I’ve met. The closeness of my mom and siblings. The opportunity to give back through advocating.

Tell us about your Worst Day: Too many. Too personal. More »

Alexandra Sornberger Tetrault

Alexandra Sornberger Tetrault: Cowansville, Quebec

  • Age: 10
  • Hobbies: Reading, Hockey, Dancing

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Tumor on her submandibular gland

Number of months or years: 4 months cancer is benign

My toughest challenge with childhood cancer: Fighting to be healthy

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Kristen Thuringer

Kristen Thuringer: Toronto, Ontario

  • Age: 12
  • Hobbies: Snowboarding, Sports in general, such as swimming, baseball and volleyball as well) hanging with family and friends, being outdoors. Music is a big part of my life. I would like to a doctor. Animals are my life!! (Especially Valentine, my dog)
  • Relationship to Cancer: I had Leukemia (ALL) as a child

Number of years on treatment: Three Number of celebrated years off treatment: Seven

My toughest challenge with childhood cancer: Seeing my family upset - it made me want to cry as well. I didn’t enjoy seeing them like that. I did not enjoy missing school and not being with my brother and sister. It is hard now, thinking of how young I was when this powerful thing happened. More »

Philip Tilley

Philip Tilley: Lake Country, BC

  • Age: 7
  • Hobbies: Tae Kwon Do, Irish Dance, Indiana Jones, Story Telling, Play on the computer, soccer
  • Relationship to Cancer: I have Neuroblastoma

Number of years on treatment: 3 1/2 years

Number of celebrated years off treatment: 6 months

My toughest challenge with childhood cancer: Playing while being hooked up to buddy (the IV). It was hard riding the toy tractor while pulling buddy.

Describe some great things that have come about through your journey of childhood cancer:
Making lots of new friends. More »

Kullan Delaney Tracy

Kullan Delaney Tracy: Yorkton, Saskatchewan

  • Age: 6
  • Hobbies: Loves all things Spiderman/Bike riding/playing

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Number of years on treatment: 3 years 5 months

Number of celebrated years off treatment: Almost 7 months

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David Visschedyk: Toronto, Ontario

  • Age: 30

Type of cancer that has affected me or my family: Osteogenic Sarcoma

Number of years on treatment: 1

Number of celebrated years off treatment: 21

My toughest challenge with childhood cancer: Learning to walk again and become a normal child

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Aurora Williams

  • Age: 12

Aurora had just celebrated her tenth birthday when she was diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia in February 2007. This condition destroyed her bone marrow and left Aurora dependant on blood and platelet transfusions. After two intensive chemotherapy treatments proved unsuccessful, we decided that a Bone Marrow Transplant would be Aurora’s best chance of survival, as the drugs and transfusions were taking their toll on many of her organs. After a 7-month-search for a suitable donor, Aurora had her transplant this past fall using donated umbilical cord stem-cells.  We’re happy to say that Aurora is now doing wonderfully! She has not required a blood or platelet transfusion since December and she’s very excited to finally be heading back to school this fall!! *It’s been a long, and often tough, 2 ½ years. It’s been a life-altering experience. And it isn’t quite over yet. But I don’t want you to think for a minute that it was all bad!! This journey has provided us with hope; it’s provided us with strength; it’s provided us with the wisdom to realize what is truly important in life. But I don’t believe that these positive experiences would’ve been possible without the love of our family and friends; the care of Aurora’s medical teams; the support and compassion from the Kids Cancer Care Foundation; or the generosity of people like you, strangers that have devoted their time and energy to making a difference in our life.

You HAVE made a difference! Thank-you!!

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Madelaine Wingfield

Madelaine Wingfield: Winnipeg, Manitoba

My daughter Madelaine Wingfield who lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba now seven years old.  In January of 2004, just prior to reaching the tender age of two, she was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and was hospitalized for sometime at Children’s Hospital in Winnipeg.  She spent her second birthday admitted to the Children’s ward at Childrens hospital.

She completed over a two year course of chemotherapy until March of 2006.  At this point, we thought we were done the treatments and life could return to normal.  In May of 2006, she was diagnosed with a relapse into her central nervous system, and she completed chemotherapy treatments at CancerCare Manitoba.  During her treatment, she was subjected to cranial radiation and she took this like a trooper; a very brave little girl who maintains a very positive outlook on life.  Madelaine’s mom Tara and Madelaine’s  Nana took Madelaine to virtually every appointment at Cancer Care Manitoba.  During Madelaine’s treatments, just endured dozens of Lumbar Punctures, Cranial radiation and massive volumes of chemo and related therapies during the 5 plus years she was on treatment.

She has a little brother, Mitchell who will just have turned six years old when the riders arrive, and is a “super sib”.  This is a recognized from another organization as being a sibling of someone who is undergoing treatments of cancer.  It further recognizes hardships that he must deal with at times during her treatment protocols.

During the course of her treatments, she has developed many complications and requires physical therapy to counter act the effects of the chemo.  It is unknown at this time if these long lasting effects will fix themselves, or become permanent. More »


  • Age: 18
  • Condition: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Zach’s parents remember getting an urgent phone call from their pediatrician who directed them to get their 12 year-old son to the Emergency Department at McMaster Children's Hospital immediately.

The families worst fears were confirmed as the doctor explained Zach had Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. After the doctor explained to Zach that had cancer, Zach’s only question was, “Will I lose my hair?” The doctor told him he would but that is would grow back. Zach’s family couldn’t know what was in store for the next 2 years and 28 days of treatment. More »