Frazier Family Healing Fund

Frazier Family Healing Fund

From Angie Whitcomb

Help us support the Frazier family as they fight along side their son Patrick to beat cancer.

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Update #4

5 months ago

Hello Everyone! It's been a while since I've updated this page. Thank you to all of you for your incredible generosity towards our friends. Patrick just finished round 5 of chemo, but it came with a slight delay as his numbers were a bit too low to start on time. He's been battling nausea really hard but they've finally found a medicine that will control it. He gets scans next week and then the surgery date will be determined. Please pray that the chemo is doing it's job, pray for the best news on the scans so that surgery to remove this cancer can take place in March.
Patrick KNOWS he's going to beat this but the journey is a rough one. Please continue to pray over this family, please share this link and donate if you can. We've got only 15 days left on this campaign. Let's BLOW past the goal for our friends the Frazier's! Although this campaign is coming to an end, their journey is not. The bills keep coming, the stresses keep mounting. Let's help where we can.
Wendy and Tom want to thank you for all you've done and hopefully will continue to do. The generous donations of the people on this page have made it financially easier for Wendy to have left her job to be by Patrick's side, which is where we would all want to be if this was our journey.
God Bless -
Angie

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Please help our friends Tom and Wendy Frazier tackle the toughest challenge they have ever faced as parents.  In late December their son Patrick was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma in his femur.  He is facing a very tough battle.  He will be in the hospital every other week for 5-7 days while he receives chemo, and this treatment will last anywhere from 9-12 months.  During this time he will have surgery to remove the part of his femur where the cancer is located.  

Wendy quit her job to be Patrick's full time caretaker.  She and Tom have to make several modifications and improvements to their home to make it safer for Patrick while he is home and the medical bills are mounting.  

Please consider making a financial donation of any amount to help them alleviate some of the financial stresses so that they can focus on helping their son beat this cancer.

Any amount is appreciated, and so are all of your prayers!

#prayforpatrick #believe

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Angie Whitcomb posted a new update:
5 months ago

Update #4

Hello Everyone! It's been a while since I've updated this page. Thank you to all of you for your incredible generosity towards our friends. Patrick just finished round 5 of chemo, but it came with a slight delay as his numbers were a bit too low to start on time. He's been battling nausea really hard but they've finally found a medicine that will control it. He gets scans next week and then the surgery date will be determined. Please pray that the chemo is doing it's job, pray for the best news on the scans so that surgery to remove this cancer can take place in March.
Patrick KNOWS he's going to beat this but the journey is a rough one. Please continue to pray over this family, please share this link and donate if you can. We've got only 15 days left on this campaign. Let's BLOW past the goal for our friends the Frazier's! Although this campaign is coming to an end, their journey is not. The bills keep coming, the stresses keep mounting. Let's help where we can.
Wendy and Tom want to thank you for all you've done and hopefully will continue to do. The generous donations of the people on this page have made it financially easier for Wendy to have left her job to be by Patrick's side, which is where we would all want to be if this was our journey.
God Bless -
Angie

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Angie Whitcomb posted a new update:
5 months ago

Update #3

Hello Friends - Angie here with an update. Our pal Patrick is hanging in there, showing incredible grace and strength even though the chemo is creating quite a bit of nausea. Tom and Wendy are so overwhelmed and humbled and APPRECIATIVE of the generous support you've shown. I got a message from Wendy the other day wanting me to share a message from her to you.
" Please tell everyone that I have cried at every donation. Every. single. one. Literally bawled. I wish we were not facing this but it s the kindness of friends and strangers that get us through each minute, of each day. We absolutely appreciate every act of kindness. Nothing has gone unnoticed."

Although things seem to be going well, everyone is anxiously awaiting the surgery to remove the tumor which is scheduled for sometime in March, but of course depends on Patricks numbers etc.

Please keep praying for our friends, and please help me keep sharing this page. We are getting closer to reaching our goal, but being the $#@*%! that cancer is, it just keeps piling on. and it turns out that some of the specialty drugs that Patrick NEEDS, are not covered by insurance. They are paying out of pocket because they need them now, and all of the fight that they have in them, is directed at fighting this disease, not red tape.

Please share, donate and pray as often as you can.

With love from the Fraziers, and me...............Angie

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Angie Whitcomb posted a new update:
6 months ago

Update #2

Happy 18th Birthday Patrick! We've hit over 30% of our fundraising goal for this amazing family!
Thanks to Jonna and the group of 19 loving creative friends who each donated $18 for a total donation of $342 today!
Please join them if you are so moved to help us reach this goal!

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Angie Whitcomb posted a new update:
6 months ago

Update #1

As a working parent, I many days feel like I don't have enough time to get it all done, and that there are more bills and financial obligations than dollars in my paycheck. I am sure I'm not alone. Now imagine if you can, having those "normal" concerns and then finding out that your child has cancer. Imagine having to make the obvious yet terrifying decision to quit your job to make sure that you are where your child needs you to be while they fight this terrible disease. The bills don't quit coming in, there aren't magically 12 more hours in a day to deal with it all...............things just get harder, and more emotional, yet you have to find uncommon levels of strength and fortitude to get through another day.
This is happening to our friends the Frazier's. And it's unimaginable to me how they are getting through it.

As you count your blessings today, will you please consider being a blessing to them as they face this battle head on, and fight to get Patrick through his year long treatment.

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