Chemotherapy & other medical needs

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Raised by 81 people in 16 months
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Jason Webb  BUFORD, GA
Jason Webb loves God and people, all people. He has the biggest heart of anyone I have ever met and loves people in ways that I have never seen before, without judgement or limits. He is the person that strangers tell their life stories to and in that moment they become part of Jason's extended web of friends and family (just ask the greeters at Sam's Club!). He has touched countless lives in his 26 years, and now it is our turn.
Jason has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. This type of cancer can be treated, but at this stage it will be a long, sometimes difficult fight. Jason has wonderful doctors that are committed to helping him beat this, but there are a lot of costs involved, and he does not have insurance. He was interviewing for a church job out of state when he was diagnosed, and that position, along with any other employment opportunities, have been put on hold while he fights for his health. He is positive that with our help and God's will, he can beat this, and we should be as well.
Any donations we make will go to cover medical bills and supplies to meet his growing needs as he goes through the chemotherapy. Jason and his wife Sarah, who just celebrated their first anniversary, as well as both of their families, are grateful for your prayers and support. Please take a moment to make a donation and keep Jason in your daily prayers.
-Bel Outwater, written on behalf of Jason and Sarah
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Update 4
Posted by Jason Webb
3 months ago
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Latest update from Jason's mom,

12/16/16
We are excited to say Jason got to come home yesterday! He is happy to be home but he is still having a lot of pain – side effects of the chemo and transplant meds, in addition to the pain from the mass remaining in his groin, which initially caused the pain, and has never left him. He is still very weak – his body has been through a lot. He will have to be extremely careful over the next several months to not be in crowds and also to limit his exposure to people in general; you never know if they may be carrying a germ that could potentially make him very ill. He must not be around anyone who is sick, has been sick or has even cared for someone who is sick. It could take up to a year for him to be back to normal. The transplant did away with all the vaccines he has had in his lifetime and he will have to wait a year before retaking them.
We are very thankful for the healing that has and continues to take place. We could never adequately express our appreciation for all of you and the love, support, concern and prayers! Thank you so much! Love to all!!
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Update 3
Posted by Jason Webb
15 months ago
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**Update on Jason**
Day 3 of Round 3 is complete. He goes tomorrow for the shot to boost his white count. 3 more rounds to go…
Also saw the oncologist today. He got a good report! The chemo poison is doing its’ job and there has been a significant decrease in the size of the lymph nodes! For that we are so very thankful!! He will have to see a doctor at Emory sometime after his fourth round for a consultation to see if he needs a bone marrow transplant.
Thank you all for the prayers and continued prayers! We are blessed and encouraged! All the glory to God!
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Update 2
Posted by Jason Webb
15 months ago
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Latest update from Jason's mom:
Round 2 of Chemo went well. He went Mon Tues Wed for treatment and then on Thursday for a shot to boost his white count. Our concern was him being nauseous on the rides there and back because it takes about 35-40 min each way. Prayers were answered and he made it fine all 4 days. He is very sore and tired but the nausea has been limited during this past week. We truly appreciate the continued prayers and are so thankful for God's presence and the strength He has given us all. Much love to you all. God bless.
Round 2 of Chemo!
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Update 1
Posted by Jason Webb
16 months ago
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Last Wednesday we saw a lymphedema specialist. She ruled out lymphedema (on his foot). We had a 1:00 with the chemo oncologist. The lymphedema specialist called the chemo oncologist's office and told them how severe his pain was so they had us come right on over. We got there around 10:30-11:00 (instead of 1:00). We finally got to see a chemo oncologist for the first time. She looked over his reports and said he is in stage 4 and that the T-cell is very aggressive and she wanted to start treatment right away. She admitted him to the hospital and started pumping him full of fluids to get him ready for chemo - which she started the next day - Thursday. He had treatments Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Sunday they gave him a shot to increase his white blood count. This will be the regimen - every 3 weeks for a total of 6 rounds (but they plan for it to be out- patient). They also ran many tests and finally said his foot has cellulitis - an infection of the skin and tissue. They are pumping him full of antibiotics for that and today we learned he has MRSA - which is also covered by the heavy antibiotics he is on for his foot. We had hoped he would get out of the hospital Sunday but now we don't know when - maybe today or Tuesday. I apologize to family and close friends that you may be reading this latest news for the first time on FB. He has been very sick the last two nights. We ask that you continue to cover him in prayer and for Sarah as she has been staying with him 24/7 at the hospital. The Webb and Holcombe families thank you for your concern and prayers. We are overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support. God bless.
- Carolyn Webb, Jason's mom
Jason during his first round of chemo
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Melissa Wood
16 months ago

It's been a long time, but Jason's kindness has left a lasting impression on me. I will be thinking of you both through this fight.

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$8,572 of $25k goal

Raised by 81 people in 16 months
Created December 10, 2015
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Jason Webb  
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Melissa Wood
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It's been a long time, but Jason's kindness has left a lasting impression on me. I will be thinking of you both through this fight.

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