The Bass Center – Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Our new home away from home. No one wants to face childhood cancer with their beloved children, but if you must, the Bass Center at Stanford is incredible. We feel so safe in the hands of brilliant Doctors, Surgeons and Nurses.

Poss Foundation Dealing with childhood cancer is both emotionally and financially devastating. I (Leah) have had to stop working and Nik has missed many days from work (only worked 10 days in April). Reba’s Nana, JoAnn Moffitt has set up this foundation to help ease the burden of bills. Please don’t feel obligated, but if you would like to donate this will benefit Reba directly. 

Give Blood Giving blood saves lives. Reba is B negative as am I (her mother.) It is not recommended that I give her my blood in the event that stem cell therapy would be needed in her life (unlikely) and her body would have built up antibodies to my blood. If you give blood through Red Cross you are helping save lives. Reba has had blood and platelet transfusions- thanks to people out there who have donated. Thank you.

Neuroblastoma If you would like more information about what neuroblastoma is and in depth details about it click here.

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  1. Sarah June 2, 2015 / 9:33 pm

    Hello Nik & Leah! I’m a friend of Bev Dittberner, & I want you to know I’m praying for you all. My son, Sully, has neuroblastoma – diagnosed in 2010. Our stories are very similar. Sully is doing well – his tumor is being left alone, as the doctors hope those cells mature, without further treatment. not completely out of woods, but not in the thick of it either. This is my hope & prayer for all of you. Since this trial won’t magically disappear, I’ll pray for your endurance & peace of mind to withstand your new normal. Big, BIG love to all of you. Please contact me if you want to chat or pray.


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