This is our 8-yr old son, Ceazon. He was diagnosed on June 11, 2018 with Pre-cursor B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. We'll never forget that night that they flew us to the London hospital and we had heard that he had leukemia. I haven't been able to go go back to work since then, as the treatment is constant, and his side effects from all the chemo and steroids is intense. We heard about the Ryan Saturno Patient Amenities Fund when we were at clinic one day, so I reached out to them. They immediately responded and provided support to help with gas for travelling and with food expenses. I can't thank them enough for not only helping to lighten our burdens, but for the genuine care and love that they have extended to our family. We had no idea that life would take this turn for our family but we know we'll come out stronger on the other side. It's amazing that there are caring people in this world who have gone through difficult times themsevles, and use their experiences to help others through their hard times.
- Karen Klassen