Audrey's DBA Photo Booth FundRaiser
Helping to find a cure for Diamond Blackfan Anemia is a passion of ours. We want our daughter Audrey to grow up happy, healthy and to live a long long life. We want her to be able to grow up without the constant need for medical intervention to keep her alive. We want her to grow up without constantly being poked with needles to draw or give blood.
Thank you so very much for your consideration in making a donation in honor of Audrey for Diamond Blackfan Anemia research!
Audrey! I'm sorry I couldn't be at your fundraiser! I'm all the way in Australia! Just wanted to say I absolutely love watching your videos! Your beautiful face and fantastic dance moves always put a smile on my face! Sending lots of love and happiness to you and your family! Xxx
Sorry to burst your bubble but cures don't pay, treatments pay, pHARMaceutical meds pay, vaccines pay (and they all keep you sick. How long have they been trying to find a cure for CANCER? TRILLIONS OF $$$ RAISED FOR WHAT EXACTLY...40+ YEARS AND STILL NO CURE. Chemo kills though (not a cure, bur makes the company trillions. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE $$$
i love u my lil doll.Your videos make me happy.......i love u again :* i pray to ALLAH for your health.....we r always with u
How is she now???? :(
how old is she
About 20 percent of people with DBA go into remission after treatment. Remission means that the signs and symptoms of anemia have disappeared for more than six months without any treatment. Remission can last for many years and can even be permanent. If symptoms come back after remission, it is called relapse.
Stem cell transplant. Stem cells are cells in the bone marrow that can become all types of blood cells. Stem cell transplant involves finding a matched donor, usually a close family member, and transfusing their healthy stem cells into the person with DBA. Stem cell transplant may cure DBA, but rejection or infection is possible. Because these risks are serious, stem cell transplant is usually not used unless steroids or blood transfusions do not help.
Blood transfusions. Healthy, matched donor blood may be given every four to six weeks to increase the amount of red blood cells in a person with DBA.
Steroids. These are strong drugs that fight inflammation in the body. Although doctors don't know exactly how they work in DBA, steroids allow 80 percent of people with DBA to start making more red blood cells.
I am trying my hardest find a cure go Audrey love song lifes beautiful
She is precious!
I can not donate because I do not have method to donate but I hope that this girl will get her goal and I send her very kisses ❤