Ross Halley medical bill donations
It has been an interesting couple months, full of various ups and downs. Chemo, which went well, came to a halt when it was discovered my tumor was growing larger instead of smaller. After a biopsy, (a process I do not recommend to anyone), it was discovered my tumor was benign and completely unrelated to my earlier testicular cancer. Which means I am now CANCER FREE! Done with chemo and all that! I still have a surgery in a month to remove the benign tumor, but the end is in sight. Thank to everyone who supported me with prayers, messages and donations through this tough time; I love and appreciate every one of you. WE WON!
Thank you all for the birthday wishes! Again, the support Caitlin, I, and our families have received has been overwhelming. Got my port put in today, so no more getting stabbed with needles as much. Almost there folks. Again, all prayers, shares and donations are much appreciated. The support we have received so far has been nothing short of amazing, and has enabled us to focus on getting healthy and not the other stuff. Again, thank you all for the birthday wishes. Love you all!
Hey Caroline, I just wanted to let you know I've bookmarked this fundraiser page, and I'll do what I can. Our health system has a lot of issues with it right now. For starters, many young adults don't get jobs until they're around 28 due to pursuing doctorate degrees, & naturally can't afford healthcare. I wish Ross and Caitlin the best.
Ross I am so sorry to hear this news. If you need anything let me know I'll do what I can. My father was recently diagnosed with cancer. This book in particular helped me quite a bit in taking care of him. I hope it can give you some comfort through your first treatment. It lists recipes based on any symptoms you might be having which depending on the type of chemo can vary. https://www.amazon.com/Eating-Well-Through-Cancer-Prevention/dp/0981564089/ref=zg_bs_746214_13?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=C032ZG6F1VBQGG1BSQJT