We are uniting to raise money to help Bridgette and his family battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Please show your support! Thanks!
Lekemia is a cancer of the blood cells. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments are used but a bone marrow transplant will save a life. Here is a message from Bridgette's mother Ebone' Rolison posted Oct. 2 on his birthday: "This Bridgette now age 12. November 16th 2011 he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia he had just turned ten a few months earlier. The first year he was in remission just a month after he was first diagnosed. He remained in remission until February of 2013. He went into remission again March. We were told that he would need a bone marrow transplant to survive. His father, brother, and I were tested and learned that we were not a match. The hospital turned to the national data base where two matches were found. One person could not be located and other never returned their calls. Bridgette's doctors turned to stem cells, but during this process Bridgette relapsed. Many different chemotherapy's have been used and although he has come close he has not yet been in remission again. There are other treatment options available and our family is ready to try anything. He is my youngest of three boys. He is a spunky little boy who loves being around family and friends. Everyone that meets him falls in love with him instantly. His smile is contagious and his ability to brighten the most grim situations will leave you in awe. Please pray for my little boy."