LOOK WHAT CORAL DID!
Oh, friends... I wish I could accurately convey what this certificate means to me. Saying it was an honor to be part of this ground-breaking group & program is a gross understatement. The founders of MaxLove Project (MLP) have done it again... they are continuing to blow through the glass ceilings the cancer world has had in place for far too long.
There is a huge chasm between the medical world and cancer family support. MLP has created this brand new program for cancer mommas to bridge that chasm by giving them tools for their self-care, thrivorship toolbox AND a community with which to give and take support.
I am honored to be a ripple of blessing in the lake of HOPE for cancer mommas (and by extension cancer pappas and kiddos)!
Treatment Ended January 24, 2019
SIX MONTHS EARLY!
Dempsey on July 5th, 2018. Age 6 (almost 7).
Dempsey on June 10th, 2017. Age 5 (almost 6).
Dempsey on June 7th, 2016. Age 4.
Demspey - Day 1 - April 3, 2016
Meet Dempsey. He HAD leukemia.
Our youngest son, Dempsey, was diagnosed on April 3, 2016 with Pre-B Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Talk about a kick in the gut. I was in shock for the better part of a month. Yes, I was still functional but not in the ways I wished I was. Welcome to being human, eh?
Here are some stats about childhood leukemia:
I (Coral) speak/ share about our family's cancer journey (10-20-16 @ WACC)
Why we do what we do:
To protect our baby from the horrible effects of chemotherapy. Click HERE to get a glimpse of the vast array of negative side effects (all claimed as "expected" and "normal") his prescribed drugs could cause.
Then remember this:
He hasn't had one negative side effect!
Our favorite non-profits in the cancer world.