That has been the Patton family’s reality for the past six months as their precious daughter, Mckindree, or Kin, received a bone marrow transplant at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Since Mckindree was diagnosed with Diamond Black Fan Anemia, a disorder of the bone marrow, at age twelve, they have poured everything they have into their daughter’s health-heart, body, mind, time, soul, and money.
As you can imagine, six months in the hospital has racked up millions in medical bills. Her health comes at a hefty price. Co-pays, out of pocket minimums, insurance premiums, and even gas driving to and from the hospital add up quickly.
But as a caring and generous community, we have the ability to ease the financial burden weighing so heavily on their family. If you have ever asked Aimee or Jye, “What can I do?”, “How can I help?” ,or “What do you need?”, this is what you can do, how you can help, and what they need most. Having a transplant is hard enough without the addition of a financial strain.
So please, give what you can, say a prayer, send your love, and know that you have made the Patton’s journey a little less difficult. And that is a priceless gift.
Read more of Mckindree's story from her mother, Aimee's perspective: http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/mckindreepatton
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