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Camp helped bond the Gilman Family together

In September 2007, our lives were ripped apart in less than 24 hrs. After what I thought was a routine doctors appointment and blood work, we received a call. “A bed is ready at McMaster – you need to get your child to the hospital ASAP”.

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“Mom, I love camp!” – Meet the Dattolico Family

It was a cold day in November and my son Anthony was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). It was a Monday, a Monday that I will never forget! His pediatrician on the spot told me he had all the symptoms of Leukemia. She immediately called Sick Kids to inform them that she was sending […]

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Camper Story – Chau Family

Our story starts with our eldest son. He was diagnosed with liver damage and severe anemia. Because of complications from the liver transplant, we stayed with him for almost a year in the hospital. He enjoyed about a year at home with frequent hospital visits before having to be scheduled for a bone marrow transplant. […]

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Camp Trillium Gave The MacNamara Family An Opportunity To Forget

Close your eyes for a minute and take a moment to imagine hearing the words “she has cancer”. Imagine being told that she has Stage Four High Risk Neuroblastoma. Imagine the doctors telling you they found an 8 cm mass just above her kidney, 3 cm mass under her sternum, spots in the right femur, […]

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Camper Story – Bethany

My name is Bethany, I’m 13 years old, a grade 8 student and I am a Leukemia survivor and a Camp Trillium camper. This is not the path I envisioned for myself a year ago. But here I am writing to you as a cancer patient and a first year Camp Trillium camper.

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