Olivers Medical Care & Expenses

Our good friends three year old son Oliver Allen Davis "Olly"  was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia on Febuary 4th, 2016.  He is a fun loving little sweetheart that just celebrated his third birthday on December 9th.  What was supposed to be a normal check-up turned into a parents worst nightmare. Olly was just recovering from what they had thought was a "flu bug". The doctor did a routine blood draw to be sure it wasn't a viral infection.  It was then that they found that Oliver had extremely high white blood cells and further testing would need to be done. That is when they recieved the   news of his horrifying diagnose. They have been sent down to St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield, WI to meet with the Oncology Department and start a treatment plan. Oliver started his first round of Chemo today and will continue with fifteen more sessions for this first round. The exact road to recovery has not been determined but we know that Olly is going to fight whether it takes months or years. We ask that you send a hedge of prayer up and around this family during this trying time. We are also trying to relieve the financial burden of the medical costs and time away from work. His parents Dustin Davis and Amanda Zahurance are doing all they can to spend every second by little Olivers side. Thank you for your time, love, and prayers! Keep them coming!! Prayers for Olly!


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Organizer and beneficiary

Kimberlee Lynn Davis 
Eau Claire, WI
Dustin Davis 
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