Joy for Jo and Jacy Medical Fund
Organized by: Krisstina King
Still trucking along
February 24, 2016
Jo and Jacy were diagnosed with the fatal disease Fanconi Anemia in 2003. They are currently traveling every 3 to 4 months to Cincinnati OH, where they see a team of 20 physicians, therapist, and other specialist to help manage their care. We have been asked and encouraged by many to open a page where people can donate to help the girls. We will gratefully accept any donation for medical and travel expenses, anything that we may have left over we will send to the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund to help find a cure for this horrible disease.
More about Fanconi: Fanconi Anemia is a rare genetic disease that is fatal. The disease causes many issues including bone marrow failure, leukemia and other cancers, organ deformalities, and immune system issues to name a few. There are many issues in every part of the human body that Fanconi Anemia causes and for each patient it can be different. Fanconi Anemia occurs in about 1 and every 131,000 births. It is very rare and requires very specialized care. For more information on Fanconi Anemia please visit fanconi.org. For more information on Jo and Jacy feel free to message me. Please help us reach our goal.
We thank you from the bottom of our hearts and will be forever grateful.
Keith and Krisstina King