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 malachi Finn

Meet Malachi on the left and Finlay on the right. These little guys are both crazy dudes running around full of life never still ready to take on the world. Which is good because they both have to. Both of these tiny little men are battling cancer, I would just like to say cancer sucks and I hate it.

Malachi has just been diagnosed with Bilateral retinoblastoma, cancer in his eyes. He will be spending today at the hospital for final tests and the results of the ones he had last week. By the end of today his parents will know the extent the cancer has spread and the treatment plan for there son. I can’t believe I’m asking you to pray for a second little boy with cancer.

Finlay, who I have asked for pray for before, here and here, has stage 4 Neuroblastoma. He will also be spending today at the hospital. He is in for a bone marrow biopsy and has to fast for this test. This is the second time he has fasted for this same test. Last week after fasting for 26 hours the test was cancelled, please pray it all runs smoothly today. This is oh so much more important when you know he has to gain weight, he has to gain 500g by today or he will have to be supplied with nutrients through a nasal gastric tube. no little boy wants a tube down his nose so please pray that he has gained enough. 

It would be wonderful if you could pass on their stories to everyone you know, add their names to your pray chains think of them when your world becomes quiet we need to cover these boys in pray.

Fight Neuroblastoma is a face book site bringing awareness to this awful disease.

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7 Responses to Cancer Sucks

  1. Jill Grant says:

    I agree “Cancer Sucks” Prays thoughts and engergy sent to those in need….. There are too many good people going through awful times.

  2. Norma says:

    couldn’t agree more, praying all the time for these two little boys and others known to me.

  3. Oh my gosh this is so sad. Besides being a little weepy of a person already, I’m pregnant now and this definently set off the water works. Do you know these families well? These are such sad story and we will keep them in our prayers

  4. Sarah says:

    Yes, very well I’ve been friends with Finn’s mum since year 8 at school, sorry for making you teary. Congratulations on being pregnant and thank’s for the prayers we need all we can get.

  5. Madeline says:

    Oh. no. So very very sad. I’ll definitely have them both in my prayers.

  6. Jessica says:

    Both stories just break my heart. I will say a prayer for both of these dear little ones.

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a heartfelt comment–it made my day! I’ve been so busy trying to get back to normal, I’ve been lax in my reading of blogs AND blogging myself!

    I see Finn will be going into the hospital for some tough chemo treatments–I will keep him in my prayers throughout his stay. 🙂

  7. Turok says:

    This is horrible to see. You cant go far without meeting someone who has been touched by Cancer in some way.
    There are some new ways to go about preventing and treating disease though.
    A Recommendation to watch a couple of movies that changed my life (And will change yours).

    Food Matters
    The Beautiful Truth.

    Check out the trailer for this doco.

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