Zane logoAs you all may know, Matt’s youngest boy Zane was painstakingly diagnosed with leukemia. The unthinkable has hit home to most of us that know them and some who may not but feel for them as they begin this fight with Zane. So lets unite together for this amazing family but most importantly… Zane. As a mother myself I have been lumpy throat choking back tears in disbelief. What if it was our children. Please never let it be my child. But now it is happening, right now, to people we care so much about. I have worked with Matt just shy of a year and in that time he has become a HUGE inspiration and mentor to me. They need us now. I will do anything and everything I can to help them. This group is to get updates, show love and support, give advice, make fundraising arrangements and so on so fourth….It’s time to join forces, put aside differences, make new friends, and repay a family that has given so much to others. It’s time to give it back. I love you guys and am in desperate prayer for Zane. You aren’t alone…

 

Here is the copy of the post from Zane’s Dad, Matt:

Ok ….well today took a bit of a turn…for the GOOD. We had asked some questions about our next step in treatment, asked about another bone marrow biopsy looking for a way to gauge Zane’s progress. Is he doing well? Is he on pace with delays?. After some conference back and forth with his Oncologist and Nurse Practitioner and review of protocol we heard the word today. Zane having no return of initial signs and symptoms (only side effects of chemo), having residual so low last time and his marrow recovering on its own after Chemo, albeit sometimes slow, Zane is in clinical REMISSION! Still have some trying times ahead and 2.5 years of treatment course. But it’s a reason to celebrate.