This came as a shock to everyone, as Dylan just started feeling mildly ill the week before. A significantly elevated white blood cell count, mild anemia and low platelets were discovered on routine blood work. Within hours, he was admitted to Kaiser Hospital in Oakland. Dylan is at a higher risk for this type of Leukemia because of his age and an aggressively increasing white blood cell count. Unfortunately, the treatment is 3 YEARS long. This is going to be a long road for Dylan and the Cazin Family.
Unfortunately, after 8 months of intensive chemo, the leukemia relapsed in Dylan's spinal fluid, as well as in his bone marrow. This early relapse puts him in an even higher risk category. He now requires more intensive chemo, radiation and a bone marrow transplant. We ask for your prayers now more than ever.
Dylan has been amazing through all of this. He has not complained once, or questioned why God has chosen him to fight this disease. His positive attitude and faith are inspiring.
Everyone has been so wonderful saying endless prayers, sending loving messages, and delivering meals. To offset some of the medical expenses, loss of income and other expenses incurred by this long, unfortunate journey, I am requesting donations for the Cazin Family. Any amount is helpful and truly appreciated. They are truly humbled by the outpouring of love and support!
- The Jamieson Family
- Linda Drake
- The Mann’s
- Jocelyn Segal
Organizer and beneficiary
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