Before one of my lectures at vet school, a professor came in looking a bit saddened about something. Before he presented his material with us, he reached out to us for help for a friend’s son who lives in Marietta.
He said Lake, when he was 5 years old in 2012, was diagnosed with AML, a rare and aggressive type of Leukemia. Recently, after a couple months in remission, Leukemia came back, and his family are trying their best to get the right donors to help them. Since he’s biracial, they’re saying it’s been difficulty to find a donor, but they are specifically looking for African Americans to help donate bone marrow. Since this form is aggressive, they need help as soon as possible. Below is a flyer with information to see if you can learn more about donating your bone marrow or donate money for medical assistance:
If you guys can lift him up in prayer or may be even send this to more people, that would be great.
2 Corinthians 5:7
“For we walk by faith, not by sight”