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Sgt. Steve Thompson

On December 6, 2011 Steve was diagnosed with stage IV B Burkitts Lymphoma, including bone marrow.

His entire lymphatic system was besieged by the cancer, he also had many tumors in his torso and an extremely large tumor in his head that caused facial drooping. The cancer can kill you in 10 days. Steve was on day 12.

He started emergency chemotherapy. His complications to chemo kept him in the hospital for a good amount of the time.

On March 1st his Oncologist said he was in remission. But  by May it had returned with a vengeance.

The chemotherapy can hold the cancer at bay, but it isn’t killing it. Steve is now being sent to MD Anderson. He is in need of a bone marrow transplant. His family, wife and 3 children, are fighting hard to be by his side.

Please consider helping them. Every penny and cheek swab helps keep them together.




Fighting B Burkitts Lymphoma

Steve Thompson and Family

Burkitt’s lymphoma is a Non Hodgkin type lymphoma and is very aggressive. Doubling every 12 to 24 hours this is the most aggressive cancer known. The odds of having Burkitts in the United States is approximately one in a million.   

To learn more about Burkitt’s Lymphoma visit http://burkittslymphomasociety.com/

06.07.2012

Steve is in need of a Bone Marrow Transplant.  If you would like to be tested to see if you are a match take a peek here and see if there is a DoD facility near you.

http://www.dodmarrow.org/Pages/DriveSche dule/reoccurring_drives.htm

Bone Marrow Drives

Burkitt’s Lymphoma

The money you donate will go directly to the family. This money will help them with food, lodging, gas to and from the hospital, time away from work, and any other incidentals that may arrive. Most importantly it will help the family stay together during this difficult time. The family greatly appreciates everyone’s concern, love, and support.  Prayers are coveted.

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