Princeton's Fight Against Neuroblastoma Cancer

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Special Thank You
It is with sincere gratitude and humble hearts that we would like to thank every single individual that in one way or another participated in the 5K walk/run fundraiser for Princeton on Saturday, Sept. 29.  We were astounded by the amount of love and support we received from so many people.  Words cannot express how much it meant to our family to see so many wonderful faces out there to support and honor Princeton.  Amazing how God can use one innocent life to touch so many people near and far!!!  There was an army of men, women and children gathered together for the purpose of one cause.  Joel 2:11 says, "The Lord utters His voice before His army:  Surely his camp is very great, for strong is he who carries out His word.  The day of the Lord is indeed great and very awesome, And who can endure it?"  The walk was a testimony of God's faithfulness and unending love.  Every person that participated demonstrated humility and was truly acting as the feet of Jesus.  As it is written in Romans 10:15 "How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things."  It is because of you that over 150 individuals walked on Princeton's behalf and raised over $2600!  We thank each of you from the bottom of our hearts.

Princeton started his first round of immunotherapy yesterday.  He experienced severe pain about 2 hours into the treatment.  It took the doctors an hour and a half to get the pain under control.  Princeton has built up a tolerance to morphine considering he has had so much of it over the past 10 months.  The treatment had to be stopped for a few hours to allow him time to recover from the pain.  He is now receiving the maximum dose of morphine allowed for his age and weight.  In addition, Princeton spiked a fever early this morning and later this afternoon.  He also developed a skin rash on his face and chest and began experiencing fluid retention.  We pray Princeton will have a better day tomorrow.  He slept most of today, because of the amount of morphine and benadryl he is receiving around the clock.  God has been faithful the past several months and we know beyond all doubt, God will carry Princeton through this process also. 

Psalm 18:32-35
"It is God who arms me with strength and makes my way perfect.  He makes my feet like the feet of a deer; he enables me to stand on the heights.  He trains my hands for battle; my arms can bend a bow of bronze.  You give me your shield of victory, and your right hand sustains me; you stoop down to make me great."

Thank you for continuing to stand with us and support us during this journey.  We appreciate all your prayers and words of encouragement. 
11:27 pm edt 

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Our Little Hero



 Princeton was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of childhood cancer, in December 2011 at the age of 2. At diagnosis, the cancer had metastizized and was found throughout his body.  He underwent 15 months of intensive treatment at Arnold Palmer Children's Hospital, Orlando Florida. His treatment consisted of 6 rounds of high dose chemotherapy, 10 surgeries, a stem cell transplant, 12 rounds of radiation and 6 cycles of immunotherapy. The treatment was grueling and difficult for Princeton's small body to handle. He finished treatment in March 2013. June 2013, Princeton relapsed. He again underwent 6 rounds of chemotherapy and 12 rounds of radiation. He went into remission in April 2014.We  know God is greater than cancer and will cure him of this disease.  We are reminded in Jeremiah 30:17 "But I will restore you to health and heal your wounds, declares the Lord."  God is the great physician and we know He will get the glory!  Thank you in advance for your prayers.

This website is designed to keep you informed on Princeton's progress and make donations to the family.  Treating Neruoblastoma is a full time job that requires long periods of hospital stays and travel.  Because this form of cancer is aggressive the treatment also has to be  aggressive.  The family appreciates your support and donations.

Donations can also be mailed to:

1676 Carbondale Ave NW

Palm Bay, Fl 32907 


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