Two months later, Luke noticed a lump on his neck and was later diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
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“It’s a hard process,” Kathy said. “With Benoit, they’ve said [he has] roughly 12 years [to live]. With Luke, he has a very good prognosis if he responds to treatment … For me, it’s hard to say because the variant I have is so rare they don’t have a lot of data on that.”
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Many have reached out to offer their support, with one donor in the comments volunteering her serving experience. A chef and donor offered his skills for free as well, writing: “I’m a chef that is local and would love to come and help cook or [prepare] or any thing that will be benefits to the family and business.”
The family has been forced to put the business up for sale and hire extra help.