Little Tylan's cancer battle brings wave of Wagga community support

Taylor Dodge
Updated March 14 2024 - 3:08pm, first published March 13 2024 - 5:00am
Wagga two-year-old Tylan will undergo a bone marrow transplant on Thursday as he battles a rare form of cancer. Picture supplied
Wagga two-year-old Tylan will undergo a bone marrow transplant on Thursday as he battles a rare form of cancer. Picture supplied

Wagga mum Kylie Hampton had no time to pack, let alone think, when her two-year-old son Tylan was diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer during a standard visit to the doctors.

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Taylor Dodge

Taylor Dodge

Crime and Breaking News Reporter

Your story matters, your voice deserves to be heard and I would love to help you share it. I have six years of experience as a Journalist with Australian Community Media covering an array of topics, with a key focus on breaking news and crime and a passion for people. E: taylor.dodge@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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