Even after losing a five-year battle with cancer at 32, Christopher Cayford is providing meaningful end-of-life experiences to Young Adults with serious, Life-Limiting Illnesses.
Author of the article: Gerald Narciso (The Province)

The man of the hour wore a shiny black tie and vest, a matching baseball cap held firmly on his bald head. At six-foot-three and dressed to the nines, Christopher Cayford stood tall and proud, navigating a packed Vancouver ballroom with a gentle smile, extending his signature bear hugs to guest after guest.

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