After what has been several weeks of ups and downs, a Stratford family has received the good news they've so desperately hoped for.
Treyden Kurtzweil, is a 10-month-old baby boy battling a rare for of cancer, Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia or ALL; a disease he's been fighting since he was two-months-old.
Wednesday, on a Facebook page dedicated to updating family, friends, and supports of Treyden's progress, Treyden's mother Cassie wrote they'd be flying back to St. Jude hospital in Memphis, Tennessee for treatment.
Travis told me they want to do an actual transplant we are unsure of what is actually happening all we know is that dr. Shook the oncologist at st Jude's was excited from dr. McManus's email and wanted us back pronto so here we go.... I pray to god please allow this to happen, because our baby needs something and this is a miracle itself that he got back down to this state please hear all of the prayers being said....
To offer your well wishes or follow Treyden's progress
A benefit account has been established at Stratford State Bank. Checks can be made out to "Treyden Kurtzweil" in the memo line donors are asked to write "benefit". Checks can be mailed to
Stratford State Bank
307 N. Weber Ave
Stratford, WI 54484
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