The Dorsagno Family
Cheyenne Dorsagno was initially diagnosed with an epidermoid tumor in 2021. She had her first craniotomy surgery in March of that year. That surgery left her with many life-threatening complications. To make matters worse, the tumor recurred just a year later.
Her family turned to one of the top-ranking neuro hospitals in the country, Columbia Hospital, in NYC. In January of this year, Cheyenne endured a more aggressive craniotomy surgery. After this surgery, they took a culture of her tumor, and found bacteria growing in it.
Cheyenne has since received treatment to remedy that, but her road to full recovery is far from over. She is currently going through acute therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. Thankfully, she's shown small improvements; however, life has been incredibly tough for her and her family.
Cheyenne’s family has been with her every step of the way. They have only been asking for prayers and positive vibes so far, but they undoubtably need our help now more than ever. The East Utica Classic Committee remains optimistic from the progress made and wants to assist the family financially by making Cheyenne Dorsagno our main beneficiary for the 2023 East Utica Classic Golf Tournament.
As the Dorsagno family put it, “We know that one day this will all be behind us. That Cheyenne will regain all she has lost. Until then, we will fight together and count our blessings. People need good people.” Please assist us in supporting Cheyenne and her family. We are eternally grateful for your generosity.