Over the past 10 years, Jason has successfully fought Hodgkin’s Lymphoma three separate times. When a persistent shoulder and arm weakness recently appeared while working out, we never imagined that it would be due to masses that had formed in his brain. In less than two months, three small masses have turned into more than fifteen that are spread throughout his brain. He has had two brain surgeries in two different hospitals for biopsies; the first came back inconclusive after being sent to top labs across the country, and the second one is still pending results. The closest diagnosis we currently have is Rosai-Dorfman Disease, a distant relative to Lymphoma, resulting in out of control growth of certain immune cells. This disease in incredibly rare in the brain, and it requires similar chemotherapy and radiation treatment as cancer. Jason is currently in and out of consciousness in a Neuro Intensive Care Unit, unable to walk or use his left arm and hand. His wife, Pam, was let go from her job due to taking time off to care for her husband and fight for a diagnosis and treatment plan. Jason and Pam have two boys, ages 4 and 6, that desperately miss their daddy and can’t wait for him to get better. We hold fast to hope and faith for Jason’s treatment, and believe God for another miracle in healing Jason. Your donations will go to help pay for medical bills, as well as assist with the mortgage, tuition, and utilities while Jason and Pam are unable to work.