In an instant our life turned upside down when we were told our son had cancer; a very aggressive, non-curable type of cancer. On December 18, 2007 Noah was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. Since December 2007 Noah has been through four operations, numerous bone marrow aspirations, 6 high-dose rounds of chemo, 5 low-dose rounds of chemo, radiation, countless blood transfusions, countless CAT scans, MRI's, nuclear tests, blood draws, stem cell collection, daily shots and much, much more! Noah goes to Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York for his treatment. He travels to New York almost monthly for either his scans or 3f8 Monoclonal Antibody Maintenance Therapy. Through all of this he has been unbelievably strong!
Our faith is what has gotten us through many hard days and sleepless nights. Like most families, you begin this journey without knowing the length or end, but with prayers and faith you get peace and strength to tackle everyday!
When meeting Noah you would never know he has been and continues to go through a battlefield! He is our warrior! He is a very blessed little boy who is wise beyond his years and one day we will see how God will use him!
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