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This fundraiser ended on 12/05/12

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Help two year old Nathan's family pay for his mounting medical bills for his Evans Syndrome.

After months of testing, blood transfusions, and medications Nathan was diagnosed at 13 months old with Evans Syndrome, a rare autoimmune disorder that causes his body to attack his red blood cells, platelets, and white blood cells. At almost three years old Nathan has spent countless days in the hospital receiving blood transfusions and IV medications in the hopes that they will stabilize all three blood cell counts and keep him from becoming sick.

Evans Syndrome has no known cure and is unpredictable in its nature. Paul and Erin both work full time and never know when an ER visit or hospital stay is on the horizon. They both have the most positive attitudes through all of their stresses and are truly an inspiration.

Nathan is a normal two year old, most interested in hockey and the movie Cars. He loves his dog Riley and his independence. He also has the two year old stubborn streak, keeping Paul and Erin on their toes.

Both Paul and Erin are working full time and have health insurance, but the cost of all of Nathan's hospital stays and medications have added up over the past two years. The debt is a constant stressor hanging over their heads, which can make it hard for them to enjoy the good times that they do currently have with their tow headed little boy.

The family and friends of the Kvittems are joining together to help alleviate this financial burden in their lives. If you have anything, even just a few dollars to give, please help support the Kvittem family in their effort to pay off their mounting medical bills for Nathan. There is no end in sight for these bills, but if we can help them pay off their existing medical debt, it would be nothing short of amazing!

If you have any questions or would like to donate via personal check, feel free to contact me (Laura) at Ljmeverden@gmail.com.
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