Lincoln was diagnosed with Stage Four Neuroblastoma on September 23, 2017. He immediately started chemotherapy and did a total of six rounds over six months. We made the decision to travel to Memorial Sloan Kettering in NYC to get a second opinion and avoid more toxic chemotherapy at our home hospital. On our first visit there we found out the chemotherapy hardly touched the cancer cells. There was so much disease left. They were hopeful and we were as well that the treatment they offered there would clear the cancer. After four rounds of painful immunotherapy in NYC and 24 sessions of radiation we were told he was NED (No Evidence of Disease) on June 4, 2018. Treatments needed to continue due to the aggressiveness of Neuroblastoma. On August 30, 2018 we walked into the doctor’s office to chat about Lincoln’s scan. “There’s something new.” he said immediately. Our hearts dropped once more. Two new spots on his skull have showed up on his scan. Relapse. No protocol. Only a guess at more intense treatments to hopefully stop the aggressive growth. Matt is again unable to work except for a few sporadic days until we get a treatment plan figured out. The treatments are much more intense and we will need to rely on each other for strength and support. There are many travel and food expenses and bills that need paid as we seek out a plan to cure our little boy of this disease. We appreciate your donations. One day when we have won this fight we desire to give any leftover money to a child or family in need. Thank you for caring and most of all, praying.