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Patient with a Cause - Meet MacKenzie

MACKENZIE BERTELESEN – Juvenile Diabetes Research


Meet Mackenzie is a patient of our office. She is an active 12 year old girl, who is a competitive dancer and soccer player. She loves spending time with friends and has a passion for the arts. On October 01, 2013 Mackenzie's life changed forever, when she was diagnosed with diabetes mellitus type I, also known as type I diabetes.

Type I diabetes is an autoimmune disease that strikes suddenly by destroying the insulin producing cells in the pancreas, that leads to high levels of glucose in the blood. It represents only 5-10% of all diabetes cases and left untreated type I diabetes is fatal. It cannot be prevented; it is not caused by poor diet and cannot be modified, corrected or cured by diet. There is currently no cure for type I diabetes.

To keep Mackenzie alive, she has to endure multiple daily injections of insulin 4-6 times per day and test her blood sugar levels 6-10 times per day by pricking her finger with a needle to test her blood.

Medication and supplies to keep Mackenzie alive averages $1000 plus per month and is not covered by OHIP. It is an out of pocket expense. A CURE IS NEEDED.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), is the largest charitable funder of, and advocate for, diabetes science worldwide with more than 80% of donations directly supporting research, education and advocacy.

On June 8th, 2014 more than 45 000 people across Canada along with 6 other countries will come together as a community to raise funds for research to cure, better treat and prevent type I diabetes. Mackenzie and her family will be participating in the walk to cure type I diabetes.

Please support Mackenzie by donating to the JDRF Telus Walk to cure type I diabetes and help end this disease.

To donate please visit Mackenzie's team website at;
                      Visit  -  jdrfca.donordrive.com
                      Click -  Donate                                                                                            
                      Click -  Pledge a walker 
                      Search team name  -   The test strips



Gutsy Walk for Crohn's and Colitis

One of our hygienists, Corrine, has an 8-year-old son whowas diagnosed with Crohns December 2011. On June 10th Josh will be taking part in the “Gutsy Walk” which promotes fundraising for Crohns and Colitis. Please take a moment to read Josh’s story. If interested donations can be made via this link as well. Thanks for your continued support.


Congrats to Aunt Patty's Gourmutt Bakery

The attached article features Erin Gordon, a mother of our practice and a dental assistant that was a part of our team when we opened our London location in 2002. She still works in the dental field but has certainly made a name for herself in the dog world too! We know there is a lot of dog lovers out there, so if your pooch is in need of some yummy all-natural treats be sure to check out this article. Congrats Erin and the best of luck with your new bakery!http://www.thelondoner.ca/2012/05/15/gourmutt-treats-in-the-pantry


Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for a local hero, Mark Ideson. We introduced Mark’s story earlier this month. He is now a semi-finalist and will find out in early June if he is the lucky winner of a wheelchair accessible van. Please visit the Mobility Awareness website for more information.




Every year the London Free Press asks its readers to vote for who they think is the “Best of London”. Thanks to our wonderful patients and patient families, this year we were voted #1 in the dentistry category!   A very big thank you to everyone that voted for us! Keep an eye out for the special “Best of London” section in the London Free Press on March 31st.

best of london 2012

The Unity Project

The Unity Project provides emergency shelter and transitional housing, and supports self-help where people are struggling to escape and avoid homelessness. This is a cause that Dr. Baby and Dr. Rojas support and believe in. Please check out their newsletter to see how the community is coming together to support this great organization.

The Unity Project


Thank you!

A special thank you goes out to the Bell employees at the downtown office. A parent from our London location and her fellow Bell employees went above and beyond and collected food donations for our Goderich Food Drive at their work place. We are so appreciative and touched when someone chooses to join us in supporting one of our causes. Thanks also goes out to everyone else who has taken time to drop off food. We will continue to accept non-perishable donations at all 3 offices locations until further notice.


Clipped for Cancer

Congratulations to Payton Beyea, who grew his hair out for two years as part of a fundraiser for cancer. Inspired by his the death of his grandfather Payton raised over $3000 for the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario, which is an organization that ensures children with cancer have access to state-of-the-art cancer care. The following is Payton’s story as told by his mom:


"Two years ago this past Christmas our 11 year old son Payton Beyea came to us and told us that he would like to grow his hair and donate it for a wig for a Cancer Patient. The decision to grow his hair for two years was not without some negative consequences. Payton has endured a lot of comments and ridicule from his peers for having long hair and some people have even called him a girl, but it hasn’t stopped him from completing what he had set out to do in grade four. Payton was first exposed to cancer when his beloved "Papa" was diagnosed and passed away with Pancreatic Cancer several years ago. We are extremely proud of him and his dedication to his cause to help people with Cancer. Payton cut his hair on December 22nd, 2011 in front of his Peers at Jeanne Sauve French Immersion Public School and has raised so far $3,851.75. Money raised is being donated to POGO (The Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario) Online donations can still be made at www.pogo.ca/payton Any donations given to help him double his original goal is much appreciated!”


Way to go Payton, you are an inspiration to all of us!

For those of you who would like to read more about Payton’s story feel free to view the following London Free Press Link: http://www.lfpress.com/news/london/2011/12/23/19161816.html#/news/london/2011/12/23/pf-19161806.htm

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