Princeton's Fight Against Neuroblastoma Cancer

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Thursday, May 1, 2014

Scan Results
We thank God for the good news regarding Princeton's scan results!  Last week Princeton had an MIBG, a test specific for detecting Neuroblastoma cells.  The doctor was specifically looking to see if the spot found on Princeton's head in February had progressed and if there was any new developments.  Praise God, the spot on Princeton's had is dissolved.  It is no longer there.  A blessing, indeed! 

The scans did not indicate anything obvious or overwhelmingly alarming.  In fact, the doctor said Princeton is in remission as of today.  Of course, we know that could change at anytime.  However, the radiologist who read the report, indicated the spot on Princeton's right orbit above his eye is slightly more enhanced than shown on previous scans and there is a small enhancement under his left eye.  The spot on Princeton's right orbit has always been an area of concern.  When he was first diagnosed a tumor had eaten through his skull leaving a hole there to be mended over time.  This area has always had uptake on the scans.  The question has always been, is it Neuroblastoma positive or is it just the bone mending itself.  With these areas of uncertainty, Princeton needs to be monitored closely and will repeat scans at the end of July or early August.  We believe with all our hearts the areas around his eyes are not positive for Neuroblastoma and that he is completely healed. 

As parents, it is tough to be placed in a position where we are in the middle between the doctor and a specialist who reads the reports.  When they have different opinions it makes it hard to know how to stand as a parent and what course of action to take when pertaining to our son's treatment.  The only sure thing we do know is God IS in control, He has Princeton's best interest in mind, and we can leave the worrying to Him.  We believe Princeton is healed from the crown of his head to the soles of his feet in Jesus' name, because by His stripes we ARE healed.  This is a promise and a promise we choose to stand on. 

We will continue fighting this battle alongside Princeton for as long as it takes.  Honestly though, the battle has already been won.  We won't just fight for Princeton, but for all the special children facing this horrible disease called, cancer.  As a family, we will live each day enjoying the gift of life and praising God for our family and our journey.  It is through this journey we have learned so much and we will be forever grateful for the lessons learned and the things we still have to learn.  Thank you for your continued prayers and support.  Your prayers are working and we thank you so much for them.  
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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.

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