Ewan Lill High-Risk Leukemia Research Fund

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Receiving news that your child is diagnosed with leukemia is hard. Hearing that it has a high-risk of returning adds to the fear. Even worse is when you learn your child’s cancer has come back. But the worst is when your child dies in your arms. That’s our story. Ewan Lill was born in Chicago on September 22, 2009 and died in parents’ arms of acute lymphoblastic leukemia on May 7, 2018 at Seattle Children’s Hospital. We have established the Team Ewan Guild in his memory. Our aim is to help fund the High-Risk Leukemia program. Dr. Todd Cooper shares, "This program changes the paradigm for how we take care of these children. It encompasses care for all patients, including those receiving CAR T, and provides them with a multidisciplinary approach to their care. The program also allows us to incorporate next generations diagnostics for research, therapy, and monitoring."

We believe we can change outcomes. We can help bring better therapies to kids with high-risk leukemia, faster and at lower costs. We can improve their care and save lives. It is what Ewan would want us to do.

Seattle Children’s Hospital launched a first-of-its-kind high-risk leukemia program, with the goal of redefining care for children with leukemia who did not respond to or relapsed after treatment. Program participants are cared for by a multidisciplinary team of physicians who use state-of-the-art diagnostic tests to match children with the latest treatments in clinical trials.


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