Justin Warren has been battling Acute Myeloid Leukemia-M5 for almost three years and now it is at a critical stage.
The fund will be made available to Justin Warren for assistance regarding medical costs and lodging assistance during his treatment for AML Justin Warren has been battling Acute Myeloid Leukemia-M5 Inversion-16 for almost three years and now it is at a critical stage.
After Justin was diagnosed with the cancer, he underwent chemotherapy and radiation treatments, to which his body responded and the cancer went into remission.
Four months later it returned and this time it was also detected in his brain.Thankfully it was beaten into remission again with the power of prayer, chemotherapy and radiation treatments and on 30 April, 2013,
Justin received the gift of life from a young man who donated his precious bone marrow. Now Justin is again fighting to recover and to deal with mounting medical bills not covered by his insurance.
If you are willing, there are two ways you can help:
Justin would covet, first and foremost, your continuous prayer support. He and his family know the power of prayer to heal and change lives is beyond our understanding.
You may also consider supporting financially, any amount will help.
A word from my mother:
"My life has been forever changed by my son's Leukemia. Through the most difficult of medical challenges, Justin as well as his brother Brandon and myself have maintained a positive attitude and a spirit of gratitude that has been a shining beam of light throughout this difficult journey. I have watched my son battle this devastating illness and how this has impacted my family.
Justin has had an amazing positive and courageous attitude throughout this illness and is determined to have a happy, fulfilling life, believing that God has an awesome plan for his future. He is my hero."
Financially, we know our family is in for some challenges. We don't even know when Justin's new bone marrow will graft to the point that he will be able to go home. The doctors don't know either. They have to just keep monitoring him daily and make decisions based on what they find each day. I have A LOT to learn as I go through this process with him.
I have exhausted my financial ability to pay for his aftercare. These charges are not paid by insurance, but must be available 24 hours a day for Justin's care.
Please consider donating to Justin's care fund. No donation is too small and all donations will help. All gifts will be used towards the cost of managing Justin's ongoing medical needs and insuring he is able to move forward towards independence and live his life to the fullest. Thank you all."