Helping Montana Families with a Childhood Cancer Diagnosis
The Cox Family
Last July, Isabella complained of a sore throat and was becoming pale. Within minutes after her pediatrician ran a blood test, they received the devastating news that Isabella had leukemia and was diagnosed with B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
After completing her initial rounds of chemotherapy in Denver, Isabella was able to return home for treatment. She currently takes multiple medications twice a day, and travels to Billings, MT weekly for chemotherapy. Her treatment regimen is scheduled to last until 2020.
As she battles cancer, Isabella continues to be a playful, kind-hearted, and loving four-year old. She loves playing with her sisters and adores anything Minnie Mouse.
I am only one but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can still do something. I will not refuse to do the something I can do.
Park High School's
Take to Heart the Little Art
A huge thank you to Sam Fry for raising $100 for The Payden Memorial Foundation through Park High School's Take to Heart the Little Art project.
"I selected this non-profit because they are a great foundation with an even greater cause – helping Montana families that have children diagnosed with cancer.” — Sam Fry