The Inviso family care about Travis very much and know how hard this was for him. We wanted to help.
Ryan and Shellie Skahill
Taylor your beautiful smile and heart will be missed. We love you Perry. Stay strong.
Sweet Nephew, Godspeed to a place of peace and beauty. Love you. Aunt Cindy
...for all the hours Debbie & Alex sat with Taylor, drove everyday to appointments, took unselfish care of him till the ver
Jennifer Lobrano Plouff
My heart is with your family. He's now in a beautiful place and he will always be with you. Much love to you "Sistah&
Rochelle Reed Smith
For Debbie, who never left Taylor's side. No mother could have done more for her son.
This is for Taylor who unfortunately lost his fight and for his mother, Debbie, who I love very much and am too far away to hel
Hello! A son, a brother, an uncle...Taylor at age 26 was, sadly, diagnosed with “ALL” Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in July 2013. It sadly took his life April 1 2014. ALL is a type of leukemia that starts from white blood cells in the bone marrow, the soft inner part of bones. It develops from cells called lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell central to the immune system, or from lymphoblasts, an immature type of lymphocyte. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia invades the blood and can spread throughout the body to other organs. In Taylor’s disease, it spread to his testicles, spine, kidneys, liver, nervous system, the fluid around his brain, and wrapped itself around the nerves behind his left eye. It is an acute type of leukemia, which means it can progress quickly. Without treatment, it can be fatal within a few months. Taylor’s life was already been saved by amazing doctors at the UW Medical Center in an emergency surgery, because of the cancer causing his brain to swell. After almost 5 months of intensive chemotherapy, Taylor’s doctors spent approximately the next 3-4 weeks preparing Taylor for hematopoietic cell transplantation. Although it was not expressed to Taylor in the meeting, Taylor has a 40% probability of long term cure and survival. Unfortunately this illness has put the family in a finical bind. I am asking to help me raise money to elevate some of the finical burden for the Elvy family. No amount is small. Thank You Jamie Zotts
Update - Feb. 19, 2014 . Taylor had tried 3 different kinds of chemo and the cancer cells are still in his brain fluid . 3 months ago Taylor was in remission and ready for transplant, but the SCCA waited too long to start the transplant and the cancer cells came back. His last hope is to do radiation on his brain, which causes brain damage . Taylor started radiation this Wed. Feb. 25th .
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