Save Sylta

From Jason Paulsen

Sylta Gravely was diagnosed with a brain tumor on 7/17/14. Her family is asking for your support to help cover medical expenses that her insurance won't cover.

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Update #5

about 5 years ago

Sylta was declared cancer free today: 7/28/15 by Dr. Jay Graywall. I just want to say thank you again to everyone who made a donation and supported my mother during her time of need. I am deeply grateful to you all and my mother is overwhelmed by your love and support.

May god bless you for your kindness.

Jason K. Paulsen

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Sylt's brain tumor is located in the frontal lobe & it is putting pressure on her entire brain due to its size. The MRI images below were taken on Thursday 7/17/14.

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Jason Paulsen posted a new update:
about 5 years ago

Update #5

Sylta was declared cancer free today: 7/28/15 by Dr. Jay Graywall. I just want to say thank you again to everyone who made a donation and supported my mother during her time of need. I am deeply grateful to you all and my mother is overwhelmed by your love and support.

May god bless you for your kindness.

Jason K. Paulsen

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Jason Paulsen posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Save Sylta has made a huge difference!

Hi Save Sylta supporters!

On Monday Sylta will be back the hospital for another full week of chemotherapy treatment. She is in good spirits, and is incredibly strong and brave. Thanks to you she doesn't have to worry about money! Thanks to you over $4700 in expenses have been covered by your donations so far. God bless everyone who is supporting her and keeping her in your prayers, you are all her angels.

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Jason Paulsen posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Treatment Plan

Sylta will be admitted to the hospital tomorrow for the first of many consecutive 5 - 7 day in patient (hospitalized) chemotherapy treatments. She will need to repeat this process every two weeks for the next 3 - 5 months to beat lymphoma. So far we have invested $2,746.44 in medical care that has been covered thanks to your donations! Please keep Sylta in your prayers this week, the treatment will be difficult and taxing but she is ready to beat lymphoma!!

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Jason Paulsen posted a new update:
almost 6 years ago

Big Week

Sylta is very tired on a day to day basis mostly due to the heavy medications that she has been prescribed. This weekend she read more of the letters that we received online as well letters that I have received on her behalf in the mail. She cannot begin to express her thanks for all of the generosity and kindness that you have all shown her through this campaign. We look forward to learning more from her doctors about next steps in her recovery this week. Of course we will continue to keep everyone updated through this website.

May God bless you for your generosity and kindness!

Jason K. Paulsen

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Jason Paulsen posted a new update:
about 6 years ago

Sylta is awake!

Sylta was exhausted after her surgery but she was awake & responsive. She is spending the night in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit). Her recovery will be a day by day, step by step process that will involve additional treatment after her operation. We will know more about what that treatment looks like in 5 days when her biopsy comes back from the lab. So far everything indicates that the tumor was malignant, specifically lymphoma in nature.

Jason Paulsen commented on a blog post:
about 6 years ago
Sylta will be resting for the next week until Thursday August 7th when she returns to the Dr. to learn more about next steps.
Jason Paulsen commented on a blog post:
about 6 years ago
My mom gets to go home today for more bedrest! We will get more news about the doctor for additional treatment next week.

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