At three months old, Parker was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition, Wiscott-Aldrich syndrome. His only chance for survival was a bone marrow transplant, which he underwent in June of 2011. Unfortunately, Parker experienced complications and was flown back to the hospital with transplant-related kidney failure. Parkerâ€™s father, his â€śDa-da,â€ť will soon have to return to work as a teacher in order to support his family. However, Parkerâ€™s medical bills are adding up quickly and there will be additional transportation expenses for Parkerâ€™s father to make the 450 mile trip every weekend to spend time with his wife and son who remain at the hospital. Any support would be greatly appreciated.
The Bone Marrow and Cancer Foundation relies 100% on private donations. Your generous Lifeline Fund donation will make a significant difference in the lives of patients like Parker.