Casey’s Fight Agains Epetheloid Sarcoma

Casey was diagnosed in 2014 just before her 13th birthday with epetheloid sarcoma.
After tests, scans, and biopsies the wonderful doctors at Denver Children's Hospital determined it had spread into the lymph nodes. She underwent an amputation and seven months of chemotherapy.
It was long rode but Casey kept her head held high and her spirits bright which helped her beat the cancer.
Every 3 months they would drive from Billings, MT to Denver, CO for scans and check ups, which led to the discovery of another spot a year after the chemo. They were able to successfully remove it .
Casey has adapted to her amputation and has come to terms with the change. Everyone who knows Casey knows that the Lord put her on this earth to touch the hearts and lives of others. Sadly her cancer has returned again. Doctors want to try a different method from the first time and she will be put on a new form of chemotherapy. Doctors have high hopes for a good outcome. However, this will be a long emotional and financial journey for them and they will have to travel from Billings MT to Denver CO every week, and then every other week for the next 2 years. If this drug works.
No parent or child should have to endure this and no parent should have to worry about the bills and expenses when they should focus more on saving their child's life. Let’s help them along the way and watch Casey kick cancers butt once again!
If you can't donate send up a prayer! We love you Casey and Family! Never give up!
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    • $50 
    • 20 mos
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    • $75 
    • 20 mos
  • Leah Prevost 
    • $100 
    • 23 mos
  • Raquel Montiel  
    • $500 
    • 23 mos
  • Gabriela Athani 
    • $100 
    • 23 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Tory Bodily 
Sheridan, WY
Travis Burrows 
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