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In Memory of Dyllan How

In Memory of Dyllan How 

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About In Memory of Dyllan How

Ewing's Sarcoma is not a term you hear often, probably not ever in the average person's lifetime. Ewing's Sarcoma is a very rare and extremely aggressive form of bone cancer. This isn't the kind you can’t put into stages, it's either metastatic (spread to other regions in the body) or not.
Dyllan How was diagnosed with metastatic Ewing’s Sarcoma at the age of 24 on March 16th, 2017. Dyl lived with and beyond this diagnosis for 382 days, and at 25was granted eternal peace and freedom on April 2nd, 2018.
At 25 years of age, Dyl was the most passionate, active, intelligent and hard working people I know. In the 8 months proceeding cancer he had begun a successful photography company ( and continued to pursue his love of photography throughout the past year, we became engaged and were married, we adopted a baby bunny named Franklin who will forever be our only baby and he made many people extraordinarily happy.
We’d both love if you could spare a donation, big or small, to improve the life of sarcoma sufferer’s at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse through this memorial fund. Lifehouse is a safe haven in a world of hurt. The doctors, nurses and staff granted us the time the Dyllan so deserved and we would love to help this be the case for sarcoma sufferer’s well into the future.
All my love, and sincerest thanks,
Laura x

About Chris O'Brien Lifehouse

Our mission at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse is to improve the quality of life of cancer patients, carers and their families by advancing the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, cure and prevention of the disease.

Around one in two men and one in three women will get cancer. Every year in NSW alone more than 39,000 new cases of cancer are expected to be diagnosed – that is more than 100 every day.

Lifehouse represents a unique model of care and funding in Australia, as a not-for-profit hospital charity treating public and private patients. We have no shareholders and income is reinvested for the benefit of our patients.

At Lifehouse, the patient is at the centre of everything we do. We want to make things easier for people with cancer through integrated treatment, research, education, complementary therapies and support. Everything a patient needs is in one place, including allied health, complementary therapies and psychosocial support.

We also have a strong focus on educating the next generation of cancer clinicians and on medical research, including trials of new drugs, both by conducting our own research and by partnering with other institutions.

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