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This fundraiser ended on 02/08/10

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This site is dedicated to Quincy Davis and his family. In the summer of 2008, Quincy was diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer. Your gift to Quincy and his family is greatly appreciated.

This site is dedicated to Quincy Davis and his family.

Quincy has a wife, Jane, and three daughters, (Kiara, Jayna, and Constance) Quincy has been an employee of Johnson and Johnson since 2003 and is currently an Area Business Specialist for Ortho-McNeill Janssen covering eastern Washington state.

In the summer of 2008, Quincy was diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer. At 41, Quincy was young to have such a diagnosis. Since that day in 2008, Quincy has undergone multiple treatments and procedures to address this aggressive disease. These treatments have included chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and the placement of nephrostomy tubes to keep his kidneys functioning. To tackle this cancer, Quincy is currently enrolled in 30 week phase one clinical trial in Seattle, Washington. The financial cost to Quincy and his family is substantial. The flights to Seattle, hotel, and meal expenses come to $1,000 per week. These costs are not covered by insurance. Your gift to Quincy and his family is greatly appreciated.
 

Thank you very much to everyone who has contributed so far. Your generosity and words of encouragement have truly touched the hearts of Quincy, his family and everyone involved with this fundraiser.

Amazingly, within a week we have already hit 85% of our original goal of $12,000. We never thought we would reach it so quickly, and have truly been humbled by the outpouring of support you have all shown. That said, Quincy and his family still face serious financial hurdles. Costs related to his medical treatment are estimated at greater than $30,000.  Because of everyone's incredible generosity thus far, we have decided to raise the fundraising goal to $20,000. Any and all donations are deeply appreciated and we ask that you please continue to support Quincy and his family during this time of need. And please spread the word to others.. We cannot thank you enough.


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