Big Brother alumni Britney Haynes has launched a blog about her infant daughter’s fight against cancer. Baby Tilly was diagnosed with cancer at just two-months-old and is undergoing chemotherapy. Britney decided to launch a blog to keep family, friends and fans updated on Tilly’s condition. Visitors to the site can also contribute to an official donation fund to help with baby Tilly’s medical costs. Britney found out her infant daughter has cancer on Labor Day and says she doesn’t “like to think/talk about a single moment of those 24 hours.” Baby Tilly was immediately put into treatment and “started chemotherapy within 26 hours of being diagnosed.” Britney says that so far treatment is going well and “all news had been good news since the diagnosis.” In her most recent blog post, Britney says she is extremely grateful for the support and love of the Big Brother fandom and she really appreciates everyone sending their thoughts and prayers to her and her family. “I never realized how much support I could receive from the BB community until now,” she says, “I am more grateful for the experience than ever.” Keep up with baby Tilly’s progress at TogetherForTilly.com and show your support on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #TogetherForTilly. Donations can be made to help with Tilly’s medical bills and other needs through PayPal at email@example.com.
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