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2020 Fundraiser for Jason Wyatt Harrington

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Jason Wyatt's Story

Jason Wyatt Harrington III was born on June 19th, 2018 in Midland Tx. He weighed 6lbs., 4oz and 20 inches long. From the moment he was born, he had already brought so much joy to us and our family. He was a healthy baby boy and we were able to take him home two days later.

As he grew older, he achieved every milestone he needed to make. He enjoyed and still enjoys playing outside and meeting other little kids. Jason was 14 months old when we started noticing unfamiliar symptoms. 

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He had pale skin, abdominal bloating and started taking longer naps. We were worried for our son, so we took him to his Pediatrician. The doctor ordered labs and an ultrasound.  As worried parents, we couldn’t wait for Jason’s results days later, so we rushed him to the ER at Midland Memorial Hospital on August 21, 2019.  They immediately took labs and assessed him. Soon after our arrival, the doctor came in and told us the most devastating news.  He said, “I’m sorry, but it looks as if Jason could have leukemia.” Right then and there, it felt as if the world came crashing down on us. There is nothing in this world that could have prepared us for this news. Based on the lab results, the doctor recommended we take an ambulance to Lubbock Children’s Hospital where they specialize in pediatric cancer. Soon after our arrival at the children’s hospital, the staff did further testing, which confirmed a diagnosis of Leukemia. The following day, we met Jason’s oncologist who gave us her undivided attention and addressed our concerns. Dr. Osuoji first order was to determine what type of Leukemia Jason was suffering. Within the next few days, we were advised that Jason had Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia or (ALL). Jason spent two weeks in the hospital receiving multiple blood transfusions, lumbar punctures, surgery for his port and chemotherapy.

Watching our son go through so much is heart breaking.  Jason started his Chemotherapy treatments August 29, 2019 and by the Grace of God, Jason Wyatt was in remission almost a month later September 30, 2019.  Although Jason is in remission, it will take three years to completely cure (ALL). So far, he has been in treatment for seven months. In those seven months, Jason has needed chemotherapy four times a week, once a week, or every two weeks.  Even though Jason Wyatt has endured so much within these last seven months, he is still one of the happiest kids we have ever seen. The Doctors and nurses are amazed of how energetic and sweet our son is. Words cannot describe how proud we are of Jason Wyatt.

We are so thankful that God has kept our son healthy and happy. Jason Jr and I would like to thank Dr. Osuoji, the nurses, our family and friends for all the support and help we have received throughout these last several months and the months ahead because without all of them, we could not get through this alone.  We also would like to send our thoughts and prayers to the families who have been affected by cancer. 

Sincerely Jason Jr and Alysha Harrington

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