After several months of bleeding, Felicity underwent invasive surgery and had an AVM removed from her mouth and upper jaw bone on July 30th. Despite two blood transfusions, multiple surgeries and cauterizations, and a failed attempt at embolization in interventional radiology, she still has two areas left behind that are so deep into the bone the doctors would have had to deform her face to remove them.
We hope that with the love, compassion, and generosity of our family, friends, and community, Felicity can receive the best possible medical care available for children with AVM in the Midwest.
We ask that if you cannot contribute monetarily to Felicity's Care Fund that you please pray for her, and share her story and campaign with others. Despite the severity of her condition and the long road that lay ahead of her, Felicity remains brave and strong. With your support, we hope to restore some normalcy to her childhood and create some light among the darkness.
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