We just discovered that my cousin Zack Fuller has a very rare disease called Castlemen's Disease.
Zack is a worship and youth pastor in Hanford, California. Five weeks ago he started having symptoms of dizziness and loss of equilibrium. After four weeks and a battery of tests; scans and multiple tubes of blood drawn, he was diagnosed at Stanford Hospital. The medical community has been stumped as this disease is so rare. So far at Stanford he has undergone two major surgeries and is hopefully through the worst.
Through this process Zack has declined to the place that he is unable to do anything for himself. His wife, Brooke, has taken a family medical leave of absence from teaching 7th grade. They have a daughter, mortgage payments, childcare, hospital expenses, and a long road of rehabilitation ahead of them.
Please consider helping Zack and his family through this super tough spot. Donations of any size would be appreciated as he will have a long road ahead of him to a full recovery.
All money raised by this effort will go directly to Zack and Brooke Fuller for their use in covering medical, living, and rehabilitation expenses.
If you can't help financially prayers are very much appreciated.