90 Day Fiance’s Deavan Clegg Reveals His Three-Year-Old Son Taeyang Has Been Diagnosed With Leukemia

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90 Day Fiance’s Deavan Clegg reveals his three-year-old son has been diagnosed with leukemia and is undergoing chemotherapy: ‘All parents are the absolute worst nightmare’

  • Deavan Clegg revealed on social media that his three-year-old son Taeyang was recently diagnosed with cancer
  • Clegg shares toddler with 90 Day star Jinhoon Lee, whom she is currently divorcing
  • Lee has no relationship with his son and is said to be unaware of the cancer diagnosis.
  • “This is every parent’s absolute worst nightmare,” Clegg wrote and asked fans for prayers, support groups and donations.

Deavan Clegg of 90 Day Fiancé fame revealed in a heartbreaking Instagram post on Tuesday that his three-year-old son Taeyang has cancer.

The reality TV personality shares the toddler with ex-husband and fellow 90 Day star Jihoon Lee, who hasn’t had contact with the boy in several years.

Clegg asked fans for prayers, donations and support groups to help her and her family through what she described as “every parent’s absolute worst nightmare”.

“I have sworn to always be 100% transparent with you and I choose to share the most vulnerable and saddest point in my life right now in the hope that it can help give someone strength. another facing a similar situation,” Deavan wrote on Instagram.

“I am overwhelmed with so much emotion and devastation to announce that my beloved son Taeyang, who just celebrated his third birthday last week, has just been diagnosed with childhood cancer, b-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia, just a few days ago,” she continued.

“He has already undergone several procedures and started chemotherapy treatment just two days ago. It’s every parent’s absolute worst nightmare and I’m trying to stay strong for Taeyang, Drascilla and my baby in my womb.

“Taeyang will need round-the-clock hospital care and it will be a two-year long process that has a high success rate of full recovery within five years. I am still processing all of this and asking for prayers, please,’ the heartbroken mum wrote.

“I am overwhelmed with so much emotion and devastation to announce that my beloved son Taeyang, who just celebrated his third birthday last week, has just been diagnosed with childhood cancer, b-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. just days ago,” she wrote.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help cover the cost of the toddler’s medical care, which is expected to last for years.

“Each year of treatment for Luekemia is estimated to cost $100,000 plus dollars and impose financial hardship on most families,” the GoFundMe read.

His particular type of cancer has no known cause, according to the page, which was created by a relative of Deavan.

Last month, around his third birthday, Taeyang began experiencing symptoms of fatigue, wheezing and pain.

Doctors at a local clinic sent him home on steroids, but he ended up in the emergency room after his symptoms worsened.

Help out: A GoFundMe page has been set up to help cover the cost of the toddler's medical care, which is expected to last for years

Help out: A GoFundMe page has been set up to help cover the cost of the toddler’s medical care, which is expected to last for years

After several trips to the hospital with little or no improvement, a specialist was called in and diagnosed the boy with cancer.

He is currently being treated at a children’s hospital and has undergone several surgeries.

Clegg, who is five months pregnant with another child at home besides Taeyang, is estranged from her father Jihoon Lee.

Lee is reportedly unaware of his son’s cancer diagnosis, according to TMZ. The outlet was informed that Lee had blocked his ex on multiple platforms and that attempts to contact him had failed.

Road to recovery: The three-year-old is currently being treated at a children's hospital and has undergone several surgeries and could make a full recovery within five years

Road to recovery: The three-year-old is currently being treated at a children’s hospital and has undergone several surgeries and could make a full recovery within five years

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