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Gavin's Gang
By: Jana Meyerink
On Friday, August 30th Gavin went to a routine 3 year check up with his mom, Denise. That day their worlds were turned upside down. During the visit the doctor felt a hard spot on the right side of Gavin's stomach. The doctor then sent them over to have an ultrasound done right away. Immediately following the ultrasound Gavin was admitted into The Sanford Children's Hospital. After further testing Gavin was diagnosed with Stage IV Wilm's Tumor, or Nephroblastoma. The tumor was quite large and the cancer had already metastasized to his lymph nodes and both lungs. Gavin's team of doctors felt it would be best to biopsy the tumor to determine the correct mix of chemotherapy drugs to help shrink it. On September 1st the biopsy and surgery to insert his port placement for chemotherapy were performed. He received his first dose of chemotherapy 4 days later. Gavin was able to go home the following day and continue his chemotherapy outpatient considering all went well moving forward. Gavin's treatment plan went as follows: He received 2 rounds of chemo and another CT Scan. Each round consists of 1 day of chemo per week for 3 weeks. The first week he received 2 different kinds of pf chemo, the 2nd and 3rd weeks he received one kind of chemo. After 6 weeks from the first round of chemo Gavin had another CT Scan and the doctors were happy with how the tumor had shrunk. Gavin had surgery on Friday, October 18th. The right kidney and tumor were removed, but the tumor was adhered to the bowels a little so they did need to stitch that up. They were not able to remove the lymph node because it was adhered to the aortic valve and did not want to cause any damage. The lymph node is narcotic (dead) and will continue to shrink and dissolve further. Gavin will then receive radiation and chemotherapy for another 7 months.
Corson, SD, US
$580 raised of $10,000 Read more
Donald Berman Maimonides Foundation
By: Donald Berman Maimonides
Far out! This is sooo groovy! It’s such a freakin’ honour to represent one of the coolest bands of the sixties… The Lovin’ Spoonful! What a trip, man!  It’s been a rough week for the band. Richard’s VW bus wouldn't start after some dudes tried to light a joint using the van's spark plugs. Not cool, man. Geoff had his drum skins ripped off while he made out with his old lady. Where is the love? Fretboard master Jeff burned his forehead when he rinsed his headband out with hot hash oil. Hey, it was the only liquid handy at the time! Maren and Linda were arrested after they put all these beautiful flowers in their hair. OK, maybe taking them from some bride’s bouquet as they walked by a wedding wasn’t the best idea. Bobby ruined an electric guitar by pouring maple syrup on it instead of lighter fluid while playing a spaced-out rendition of "O Canada". Rob had his "No More Wars" sign broken while he paraded between a Burger King and A&W. After he was explained the concept, he headed straight to the US Embassy. Oh well, we're heading to a meditation festival so we can chill and remove all the bad vibes but before we split, like don’t be a bummer, man. If you’ve got extra bread, lay it on the folks at Maimonides. These cats would really dig any help you can give. Peace and love! The Lovin’ Spoonful (aka PTPTP)   Band Members: • Richard Yanofsky - Piano • Geoff Lang - Drums • Jeff Stattner - Guitar, Vocals • Bobby Cohen - Guitar • Linda Benoy - Vocals, Guitar • Maren Gube - Bass, Vocals • Rob Goldfarb - Organ, Keyboards *lifetime honorary member of the Past Their Prime-Time Players    
Montreal, QC, CA
$6,800 raised of $15,000 Read more

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