Evan was first diagnosed with Pre-B cell Philadelphia positive Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in January 2017 at the age of six. He completed treatment in May 2020 only to relapse in September 2020.
The first time Evan fought cancer, leukemia was only present in his bone marrow; this time it is predominantly in his spinal fluid. Evan is having to endure additional treatments—like a stem cell transplant—to help him kick cancer for good.
Evan likes outdoor activities like sports and fishing, but he is unable to enjoy them while in treatment.
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