On March 22nd what we thought was a UTI in Bentley turned out to be a prostatic rhabdomyosarcoma. My world crumbled as they talked about surgery, biopsies, and chemotherapy. My five year old boy has cancer and nothing in the world seems fair or has hurt so bad. But he allows me the strength within his smiles, laughs, and perfect eyes to continue on for him.
His surgery will be Thursday March 24th and we will do all needed biopsies and insert his port for chemotherapy. The results of his biopsy will allow the doctors he has to create a personalized treatment plan for him.
During this time I will be unable to work because he will not be able to attend school while receiving chemotherapy. Upon arriving we were also informed that his insurance went out of business and was no longer providing coverage. So the treatment and procedures performed in March will be out of pocket costs. We are accepting donations to help with medical expenses and also to hopefully fulfill some dreams of giant Lego sets and unforgettable adventures. Every penny helps and is greatly appreciated and we will keep everyone updated on Bentleys journey. Thank you.