two days, Bryan Mudryk lost hope.
in isolation at the Cross Cancer Institute
(CCI) in Edmonton for over a month,
the 20-year-old clung to life as the
treatment his Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
nearly killed him.
hurt to chew. It hurt to move in bed
slightly,” the Boyle, Alta.
native recalls of those terrible days
over a decade ago. “I couldn’t
walk to the washroom. I had a nose
bleed for 14 hours one-day.”
2009, the Bryan Mudryk Golf Classic
tournament launched a special scholarship
for those who are fighting cancer
while continuing their post-secondary
education. In conjunction with the
Cross Cancer Institute, from now
on, every year 5 students will receive
a scholarship towards their education
as they undergo treatments at the
donations for the Scholarship program
are separate and above and beyond
the donation process for Cross Cancer
patients and equipment.