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Brady And Aidan Leukemia Fund

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Raised by 112 people in 3 months
Hi friends,This page has been started to raise money for the Skoch boys, Brady, (15) and Aidan (17) and their family. There are no words to describe every parents worst fear coming true. Sadly their family came back from a trip to the National Institute of Health with very terrible news about both boys.Brady has what is called CMML with Monosomy7 and Avx1... so basically this is leukemia. He is in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant (scheduled the 1st week of December). Aidan has MDS Monosomy 7.. which at this time is not as critical.. but also very serious and unfortunately might mean that he will be in Brady’s position very soon. If you don’t know the Skochs, Debra (Aidan and Brady’s Mom) had leukemia as well as a bone marrow transplant over 10 years ago when the boys were just babies. Brady will be in Washington DC starting next week. He will be there with his family over the next 6 months, living in the hospital,preparing for his transplant and then after the transplant waiting to see what the outcome is.
We know the Skoch family is a very strong family and that they will fight. This page is started so that we can help them fight. We can help Brady fight and have an improved quality of life while he fights. Also to help Aidan with whatever the outcome ends up being with his own body whether it be less serious or not, so he can have improved quality of life while he is by his brothers side during this.
We can help them with some of the huge costs over the next few months and next year as they uproot their lives and move to another state that they are unfamiliar with, have no friends close by to support them, and no jobs in.Please donate whatever you can, whatever the amount may be. Every dollar helps and no donation is to small!
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Brady has revived his new bone marrow 8 days ago.
We are prayerful and hopeful that the donor’s marrow will graft into Brady’s body. Until then it is a waiting game as his body is empty of its immune system, as well as he is unable to create his own blood cells. He is 100% dependent on blood and platelet transfusions. They expect as the graft attempts to take its place within Brady’s bone marrow that he will have many very rough days where his body will be defending himself against his donor.
We will know more about the success of the transplant in the next few critical weeks.
Your donations have enabled Dad to join Brady in Maryland, and this has been a GREAT Blessing!
Please join the fight in helping this family continue there support of Brady and Aidan. Every dollar counts and as always Prayers count Most of ALL!
God Bless you !
Please share with EVERYBODY!!!
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Brady is scheduled for Bone Marrow Transplantation on January 17, 2019.
Prior to transplant he will undergo immense amounts of very Toxic Chemotherapeutic treatments and total body irradiation. This is the most risky time for this young man. For the next 100 days Team Skoch will be at a very critical point.
Brady will have an irrecoverable lack of immune system once he receives this conditioning treatment. He will be given stem cells from a half matched donor and they will then wait. For 100 days his body will either accept the new cells that he is being provided.... or it will fight against them and his body will not be able to tolerate such a scenario.
Please consider giving towards this family’s needs which are great. Above all continue to pray and spread the word to your friends and families!
Thank you
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Chemo for Christmas a thousand miles from home, and family. This is Brady’s plight in 2018. Fifteen years old, and facing the battle of his life. He is in the middle of his second round of chemo therapy for the Leukemia that has devastated his bone-marrow. We are happy to have heard that the drs made the final decision on a donor The Doctors have set a date for Transplant which is January 9. January 2019 will be a VERY Long and Critical month for Brady...
The family is so very grateful for your support and prayers. This situation has caused such a great burden physically, emotionally, and where we can help ; Financially. Please consider this family as you celebrate with yours this Season and give towards helping this young man reach his goals of survival by continuing to Pray for them daily and spreading the word to all those in your circle of influence. Thank you and Happy Holidays.
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Thank You all for continuing to post and share about the Skoch family. Brady is almost completed his chemo therapy. However, there has been a set back and they need to do another 28 day cycle of the chemotherapeutic drugs at a higher dose this time. This not only delays Brady’s Bone Marrow Transplant, it also causes the family to be miles apart from one another AND in the hospital for the Holidays. Please remember this family when you are giving this Season. From all we are blessed with, every bit helps!
God Bless You for following , and sharing this family’s story!
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