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Medical assistance for Zach’s T-cell Lymphoma

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March 13th 2024. The day that our lives were forever changed. Since early February of this year, my brother Zach has been in and out of hospitals and clinics with strange symptoms and no explanation as to why. We were told that it could be a variety of things like, “A result of strep throat” or “some auto-immune disease, but we’re not sure.” Zach has been subjected to what has felt like endless testing, poking and prodding, and even more uncertainty. Oh, how I wish we were still uncertain. On the morning of March 13th, we received the news from a biopsy done weeks earlier– Zach was diagnosed with a rare form of T-cell lymphoma.


It’s something that stops you in your tracks, something that you know happens–but not to you. Not to those that you love. Now in his senior year at St. Michael's High School, Zach has to miss out on some of the most important things that an 18 year old can experience. His senior year of tennis, going to school, and hanging out with friends. This age is a pivotal time for most. A time where you transition from childhood to the new and exciting experience of adulthood; Graduating from high school, going to college, moving out on his own to live in the dorms. But now, his life is seemingly at a halt as we try to navigate this difficult situation. Zach will spend his spring break undergoing his first rounds of chemotherapy, and although the prognosis is good, there are still the underlying issues of “What if?”. On top of the never-ending questions regarding my brother's health, there are other matters to consider as well. We have already begun to receive bills that predate my brother's diagnosis, and the numbers themselves are baffling and worrisome. So now we wish to reach out to our community– a community that has continued to show us undying support and love.

As our family begins this journey to support Zach, we are faced with the harsh realities of treatment. We are discovering that the costs of cancer treatment quickly pile up. We have been so grateful for the love and support family and friends have given us so far in the weeks leading up to this diagnosis. We know this will be a long and trying process, and we are thankful to have everybody's support as we navigate this new chapter in our lives.
Thank you,

Greetings, friends and family!

As the Lieberman family faces the challenge of Zach’s cancer diagnosis, my goal is to help them financially with the unimaginable journey they have begun. They are, of course, extremely concerned and must pursue immediate treatment for Zach.

I have created a Go Fund Me for the family to help cover the costs surrounding the treatment and any other needs that may arise.

As a parent myself, I know how quickly medical costs and unexpected situations can add up. That can an unbelievable amount of pressure on the family. I would love to help them to be able to focus solely on Zach's needs and not on the financial stress that comes with this serious diagnosis. Please consider a donation today to help the Liebermans if you are able.

If in the event you are unable to make a donation, your love and prayers are always tremendously appreciated. This will be a long and difficult journey, but it really means the world to have love, care, and a special word sent their way to let them know you’re thinking of them through this difficult time.

With much gratitude,
Roslynd Archuleta
(Georgina’s best friend)


  • Mike and Kathleen Crawford
    • $250 
    • 2 d
  • Claudia Joseph
    • $25 
    • 3 d
  • Michael Grodsky
    • $50 
    • 7 d
  • Rebecca Vigil
    • $100 
    • 7 d
  • Anonymous
    • $1,000 
    • 8 d

Organizer and beneficiary

Roslynd Archuleta
Santa Fe, NM
Georgina Gomez-Lieberman
Raised $5,965 from 33 donations

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