On Thanksgiving Day 2012 my son Atticus was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma. With harrowing odds Atticus underwent 5 rounds of Chemo, 5 surgeries, 21 rounds of
radiation, countless transfusions, a bone marrow transplant, and months of immunotherapy. For the better part of 20 months, my son fought off this unyielding monster. He was
able to beat it. He was able to be a little boy. He started school and became a straight A student. He was victorious. Unfortunately high risk, stage 4 Neuroblastoma is a
very deadly childhood cancer. This cancer has returned. On April 2nd, 2018 Atticus relapsed. There is no sanctioned treatment for relapsed neuroblastoma. Therefore we must
seek clinical trials in hopes to fight for his life again. These clinical trials are in other states, making this "Hail Mary" fight, extremely expensive. Our hope is that
your generosity gives us a chance at sustaining this quest. This effort will likely last longer than the initial treatment and be much more unpredictable. Please pray for us
and know that if you donate to our family, we will honor your belief in us by fighting the good fight and leading a boy to the mercy of another remission.