I’m part of the movement to end brain tumours and I hope you’ll support me and my team in this Canada-wide effort to put a stop to this disease.
No one should have to say "I am a brain tumour survivor", but at just 2 years old Hayden did.
This horrible fight against cancer should not have to be conquered by anyone. Hayden passed away January 11, 2019 from respiratory failure. She was considered cancer free but she died due to the concequences of this disease and she fought like a warrior. Through her physical donation to medicine and research she has now bravely empowered a continued fight for children's health. She managed in her very short life to impact so many people by reminding them of how to live fully, laugh hard and fight literally for your life. Because of that, her death is not an end but rather an ongoing contribution to this fight.
By signing up for the Brain Tumour Walk, me and my team have made a commitment to end brain tumours and to help provide the essential information and support that every person diagnosed deserves.
All money raised through Brain Tumour Walk events strengthens the national movement to end this life-changing disease and brings hope to individuals and families across the country:
Hope for progress in discovering the cause of brain tumours.
Hope for better treatments for every child and adult diagnosed.
And most of all, the hope for a cure.
Thank you for supporting me and my team, and more importantly, for helping the 55,000 Canadians who live with a brain tumour today.
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