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6th child dies in Clyde Cancer Cluster

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13 year old Haden Kistler died Saturday after being diagnosed with cancer in 2009. 

He is the 6th victim of the Clyde Cancer Cluster in Sandusky County. 

Haden's Dad who lives in Freemont says "He loves John Deere tractors...he loves going and watching sprint car races." 

Haden started getting headaches back in 2009. His Dad says "The tumor was so big it was starting to put pressure on the brain. It was about the size of a golf ball". 

Continue to follow Investigator Scott Taylor's push for answers on why more than 30 kids are dying from cancer in Sandusky County.  

Please click the link to sign our CLYDE CANCER CLUSTER PETITION to bring in Federal Investigators to discover the cause of this cancer in Clyde.   

 

 

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