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February 22nd of 2006, my youngest son, Dylan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and our introduction to the world of cancer began. I have no words that are strong enough to describe the feeling when the doctor tells you that your four year old child has cancer. It still is hard to comprehend even now, over two years later.

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    February 22nd of 2006, my youngest son, Dylan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and our introduction to the world of cancer began. I have no words that are strong enough to describe the feeling when the doctor tells you that your four year old child has cancer. It still is hard to comprehend even now, over two years later.
    Dylan will continue on his chemotherapy protocol until May of 2009. Five years after that, he will be considered cured. It is a long road, but I am grateful that he is still here to walk it.

    That is why I'm taking part in the Hike for Discovery again this year. This is my way of giving back to the people that came before me so that my son would have a good chance at living a full, happy, healthy life. The Hike For Discovery is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's adventure fundraising program that prepares people to experience a natural wonder in a special way.

    This summer I will spend every Saturday getting up at the crack of dawn, driving an hour or more, hiking...
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    February 22nd of 2006, my youngest son, Dylan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and our introduction to the world of cancer began. I have no words that are strong enough to describe the feeling when the doctor tells you that your four year old child has cancer. It still is hard to comprehend even now, over two years later.
    Dylan will continue on his chemotherapy protocol until May of 2009. Five years after that, he will be considered cured. It is a long road, but I am grateful that he is still here to walk it.

    That is why I'm taking part in the Hike for Discovery again this year. This is my way of giving back to the people that came before me so that my son would have a good chance at living a full, happy, healthy life. The Hike For Discovery is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's adventure fundraising program that prepares people to experience a natural wonder in a special way.

    This summer I will spend every Saturday getting up at the crack of dawn, driving an hour or more, hiking...
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