Weʼre raising £1,000 to I would like to raise money to enjoy time with my son and see him smile, as he has been so brave watching his family fight this illness.
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My name is candice scott I am 31 years old and have a beautiful son.I have a rare mutation in my blood called GATA2 that is genetic On my fathers side. My older brother passed due to leaukemia leaving two young children, one has the mutation and may need a transplant in the future. then a year down the line my younger brother was diagnosed with leukemia he recieved a bone marrow transplant which he is doing well. I was diagnosed the following year with monomac syndrome, which is a very rare illness that there are only a handfull in the world as it so rare. I recieved my bone marrow transplant this year which is a year after my younger brother, my father has the Disease but his health is stopping him from continuing treatment. im unable to provide for my family as i am suffering from graft vs host disease, my 9 year old son has been tested as it is genetic, i was so happy that he was clear of this awful disease. I would be forever in debt with you if you are able to help my fund, id be lost for words, many thanks..xxx
my beautiful family ❤️
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Jan 20, 2019
So glad to hear that your son is in the clear. You are such a tough cookie Candy. Sending you and your family love and strength. Lots of love - your fellow transplant buddy 😉❤
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I have watched both my brothers fight leukaemia due to a mutation in our blood. I am the second person in my family to undergo a bone marrow transplant. It was the hardest thing I’ve ever experienced. I’m suffering with graft vs host disease and all I want is to see my son smile