An Atlanta, Georgia family is presently confronting a unimaginably extreme fight, every one of the three of their children have retinoblastoma, an uncommon eye cancer. Their most youthful is just a half year old and he just began a half year of chemotherapy.
Five years back, Angie and Aaron Rush’s most established child, Tristen, was determined to have retinoblastoma. He was just half a month old when Angie and Aaron scholarly of his conclusion. He quickly started getting treatment at Children’s Hospital of Atlanta.
After two years, Angie brought forth Caison and the family needed to experience a similar procedure they proceeded with Tristen. Caison was one-week-old when he started treatment.
After a rough first week battling nausea and not feeling himself, Carter got to join his brother Caison at CHOA for his…
At that point, just a half year back their most youthful, Carter was conceived. On January 6, the Rushes learned Carter had retinoblastoma in both of his eyes.
While stunning to most, it isn’t so a lot of an amazement. Angie had retinoblastoma when she was a newborn child and lost her left eye when she was a month and a half old. She knew there was a 50 percent chance she’d pass the malady to her kids.
“I feel a lot of guilt, knowing that this is something I could pass down to them. But I also know that I’ve been blessed,” Angie told 11 Alive.
Although Carter just started his first round of chemotherapy, their family is optimistic about the boys’ futures.
“They are warriors,” Jeanne Rush, the boys’ grandmother, told WTHR.
The family has set up a GoFundMe to help pay for the mounting medical expenses while all three boys undergo treatment.
I pray that this boys are healed and that this family receives the financial help they need.