He’s spent almost every day of his life in the hospital.
Now a Wisconsin infant is heading to another hospital, this time for surgery that could save his life.
8-month-old Treyden’s daily routine includes blood transfusions, chemotherapy and waiting for good news.
His mother, Cassie Kurtzweil says, “He was diagnosed at 2 months old with Acute Lymphoblastic Luekemia.”
That good news has arrived.
Treyden’s parents say their insurance company is making an exception and allowing a bone marrow transplant that could save his life.
The family arrived in Madison, Wisconsin for the procedure this week.
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The little boy has a Facebook page.