Thank you for coming to our page. Five-year-old Colin's parents took him to the Levine Children's Hospital's ER after experiencing severe headaches and lethargy. On Friday, July, 6, it was discovered that Colin has a tumor in the middle of his brain that was preventing his cerebral fluid from circulating. The tumor was diagnosed as a NGGCT (non-germinomatous germ-cell tumor). What this means is it is a malignant tumor, but it is also treatable and curable. The best plan of treatment is 6 rounds of chemotherapy (about 21 day cycles) and then 6 weeks of radiation (5 days a week).
Though Colin is currently at home, ongoing care and frequent trips to the hospital for treatment have taken both parents away from work. Any support you could give, either prayer or financial, would be greatly appreciated during this time. Specific prayer requests can be found on the Caring Bridge page, https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/colincase.