William (6 years old). Diagnosed with T-Cell Lymphoma on April 1, 2003.

Dear CRTR,

Thank you for the much needed assistance with the meal vouchers, gasoline certificates and parking. All of these expenses add up and can place an additional burden on an already stressful situation.

I have attached a couple of picture of our little boy, William (6 years old). He was diagnosed with T-Cell Lymphoma on April 1, 2003. He has spent the majority of April and the first part of May in the hospital. With William having three other siblings it can be difficult juggling all the schedules. He is no in Phase II of his chemo treatment. One of the steroids used to “Melt” the masses away caused his blood pressure to rise and in turn caused a seizure. We are now recovering from the seizure. We have been told his particular chemo treatment plan will last approximately two years.

Please let me know if you need additional information or clarification. Thank you again for your help!


Jayne (William’s Mom)

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