Hailey, a seven year old little girl, had a significant history with her kidneys. Hailey was immediately sent for testing to find that her bone marrow was not working properly. The initial bone marrow biopsy, which was intended to test for leukemia, revealed that she had a rare syndrome called Fanconi Anemia. The biopsy also revealed that her bone marrow had totally given up and was failing Hailey. After diagnosis, Hailey began platelet transfusions and was shortly thereafter admitted for radiation and chemotherapy. Hailey was treated with an allogeneic stem cell transplant on July 17th, 2014. Immediately after transplant, Hailey fell ill to the Adenovirus. She is currently making a slow recovery and is taking medications accordingly for nutrition. Hailey's mother had to stop working to become Hailey's full-time caregiver. Her father unfortunately lost his job due to the many days of work he has missed in order to be by his familyâ€™s side. Hailey and her family live an hour and fifteen minutes from the hospital and are in need of gas money until her anticipated discharge. Upon her return home, Hailey will need a gamut of medical supplies. Additionally, they will need to have their air vents cleaned and have filters installed in their home. The family is also struggling to pay Hailey's astronomical medical bills.
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