Todd was diagnosed on February 5, 2012. He had surgery to take five of his lymph nodes out and a spot on his shoulder that were each 100% cancerous. He has a rare malignant melanoma and they put him in stage 4. Two weeks later he had a CT scan and they found five lesions on his brain and told him that every lymph node in his body is infected with cancer. He is having radiation treatments for 14 days. Each treatment is $7,000.00 each. Then he gets on another medication to try and put the lymph nodes into remission. For only four pills the price ticket is $127 thousand dollars. It's just outrageous. But, what kind of price can you put on a life? Your donation will help out tremendously and God bless you for being willing to help. He recently graduated college, found a good paying job, got married, has a daughter and two sons with another baby on the way. Then he was diagnosed with cancer. I am working very hard to raise money to help him, because he had to take a short term disability due to the blindness that comes from the lesions on his brain. His insurance company will not cover some of his medications. The short term disability through his insurance company will run out soon. He cannot work and has his treatments to deal with and continue to pay his bills. The picture attached is Todd and his wife with their two sons and his daughter, since this picture, they are expecting another baby in August. Again, God Bless you for your kindness. Please visit my FB page made for you to keep up with his progress. Baby Kenzi Marie was born on August 6th. Todd's comment was, "One of my goals was to see my baby girl born." Since then, Todd was told that he would never be able to work again. He has been rushed to the hospital on several occasions. He has had seizures as well and any donations will be greatly appreciated. God Bless you.
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