29101038_15235962970_r.jpegMy 21 year old nephew Nyle Jordan lives on the beautiful island of Jamaica where he was attending the University of The West Indies as a Physical Therapy college student. About 7 months ago, he was diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer called Mediastinal Germ Cell Tumor with Yolk Sac. The mass is wrapped around his aorta and pulmonary trunk. He has undergone 6 cycles of Chemotherapy which have not worked. Now his doctors advise that he seek to take part in a clinical trial here in the United States of America. His loving parents Michelle & Roger, pastors of a small rural church in Jamaica, along with his doctors  have reached out to numerous hospitals to see if this was a viable option. One research hospital is willing to admit Nyle for clinical trials, however the cost will be anywhere between $500,000 to $1.5 million USD. The payment would have to be paid in full prior to his first treatment. 
We are asking for your prayers and any financial contribution will be greatly appreciated. Please share Nyle’s story with as many people as God places on your heart. We appreciate any and all monetary gifts along with gifts of prayer, love and support. May God bless you as you sow a seed into the precious life of one of God’s children Nyle Jordan.
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