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Wyatt's Warriors - My Brother's battle is my battle...
Submitted By Steve Fontaine on Monday, December 10, 2018
Supporting Wyatt until he wins!  Please see the link for the gofundme page to support Wyatt and his family.

Every parents worst nightmare became reality for Martin and Alicia Delage this week as they were told that there 11 year old son Wyatt, has stage 3 Mature B cell non-Hodgekins lymphoma (NHL).

A  mass appeared on Wyatt’s abdomen and while medical attention was quickly sought, nothing could’ve prepared anyone that he would be diagnosed with cancer and require aggressive chemotherapy treatments at the Hospital For Sick Children in Toronto, ON away from his 3 siblings (Macy, Hudson, and Luke) for the next 6 months.

Wyatt is an avid hockey player and a member of the Barrie Colts Minor Peewee AAA hockey team.  While his parent worry as he fights for his life, he is worried about missing hockey, school, his friends and not going home for Christmas.

For those that know the Delage’s, you know how extremely family oriented they are.  They are actively involved in all aspects of their children’s lives and are wonderful and loving parents.

They are heartbroken to be separated from their 3 other children but must be as Wyatt requires 24 hour life saving treatments.

Wyatt has a treatable cancer, but they need our support so they can focus solely on getting Wyatt better and reunite their family.

This fund was created to help ease the financial burden they will bear as they fight to save their son. Every donation is gratefully received and goes directly to Marty and Alicia.

Wyatt, you are a Warrior and we know you will fight this!!

Follow Wyatt’s journey on Instagram @Wyatt’s_Warriors

Thank you to all who visit this page!  All support is helpful in lifting the Delage’s spirits and easing their mind.  ❤️



https://www.gofundme.com/wyatts-warriors-4-wyatt-delage

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