By profession, I am a truck driver. I was driving cross country when I became sick in March 2014. I delivered a load to North Little Rock, Arkansas when I collapsed at the delivery site. The shop foreman transported me to the hospital in North Little Rock. My kidneys were failing and they did not expect me to make it through the night. My wife and daughter were called immediately and drove from South Carolina to Arkansas. While in transit, they received a call from the doctor. The source of my kidney failure was a calcium build up caused by cancer. After a biopsy, I was diagnosed with lymphoma on April 2nd. We were told that I needed to start chemo in order to get the cancer under control, but they had to get my kidneys stabilized enough for me to travelhome to South Carolina. Once I arrived in SC, I had to go back to the hospital because my kidneys were failing once again. Finally, I was stabilized enough to begin chemotherapy. I was finally declared in remission in July 2014. After a routine scan on September 15th, I found the cancer had returned. It was more aggressive than before and was spreading to new places. I was hospitalized for chemotherapy treatment every 21 days for 4-5 days. It was recommended by my medical team that I have a Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT) transplant and received one on December 22nd using my own HCT. Once again, I was determined to be in remission, but the lymphoma returned again, even more aggressive. Ithad now spread to several areas in my body. I am on a different chemo regimen and will be receiving an allogeneic Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT) transplant from a donor in July. I was a truck driver, and therefore, owned my own truck. I had to continue to make payments until it was finally sold. I havent been able to work for quite some time and my wife is my full time caregiver for the transplant. This is very expensive, as we have to pay for lodging, meals, transportation, deductibles for doctors visits, medications, and injections. All of this, on top of our living expenses and my wife has to take off work. I am sharing my story with as many people in the hopes that someone will know someone who can help. Charlotte and I appreciate your prayers and any support than you can give. The money goes into my One-to-One Fund and it will be used to reimburse for those expenses. Your donations are tax-deductible. Thank you for reading this and passing it along.-Earl and Charlotte Adams.