Stem cell donor clinic planned for 4-year-old battling leukemia — again
Photo caption: Katie Star Herron is only 4, but already undergoing treatment a second time for leukemia. Supporters of the family have organized a stem cell donor clinic this Saturday in hopes of finding a match. Donated stem cells may be Katie's last hope for an effective treatment.
By: Kim Nursall Staff Reporter, Published on Fri Feb 21 2014
Paul Herron and Anne Hodgkinson wake up every day knowing their daughter could die.
Their 4-year-old, Katie, has cancer, and for the second time in her young life she is fighting to stay alive.
Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) Canada Celebrates Family Day and the Critical Role Families Play in the Healing of a Sick Child
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Leaf captain's enduring kindness to a little boy
By: Jessica McDiarmid News reporter, Published on Tue Feb 11 2014
Jordan Landry played hockey in a league for one season before his health took him off the ice.
Then, he played mini-sticks in the hallways of Toronto’s Sick Kids hospital with resident clown A. Leboo.
He played air hockey in the lounge.
He made team logos out of melted beads — his goal was to do all 30 NHL teams but he did his favourite first: the Chicago Blackhawks, an inexplicable choice to his family, who all cheer for different teams.
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