We have a family that just reached out asking for prayers from the prayer warriors on this page. You guys have quite the reputation of being the best ... Please pray for this girl....
"My cousin has reoccurring cancer. Several years ago she was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. She underwent double mastectomies and chemo and beat it! She went in for a scan in August and had a clean bill of health. Recently, she started having neck and should pain. She went to the doctor and she has cancer in her spine and it has effected a few of her discs. She was just diagnosed yesterday and is being flown to Mayo today. We were wondering if there was a way to make a generic post asking for prayers. She doesn’t want her name posted since it is so new but if you were able to just post about a person having to battle another round of cancer - that would be AWESOME. Thanks!" ... See MoreSee Less
Meet the newest member of the Nick Price Foundation family. This is beautiful Belle. She has just been diagnosed with a complicated tumor in her face. From her mom... "It will require chemo for a year and an extensive surgery-scheduled for January 25. It will include removing a large part of her cheek bone and jaw bone. There is concern for her vision and obviously the complications can be great. Not to mention the cosmetic damage it will do to our sweet baby's face." Another child & parents to please keep in your prayers.😥 ... See MoreSee Less
February Miracle Monday benefiting the Nick Price Foundation
February 19, 2018, 11:00am - February 19, 2018, 10:00pm
Join the Rusty Rudder on Monday, February 19th to benefit the Nick Price Foundation. During open hours (11am-10pm) 10% of ALL proceeds from the day will be donated back to this great local cause.
Nick Price is a survivor of a exophytic pontine glioma brain tumor, now recovered, he is on a mission to help others that have been diagnosed with brain tumors via his non profit organization- the Nick Price Foundation.
Nick, a student at Academic Magnet High School, was diagnosed with an exophytic pontine glioma brain tumor on January 29, 2015. His tumor was growing from the brain stem into the 4th ventricle of the brain. This is a very complex hard to reach tumor in the pons area of the brain stem. The family traveled the country meeting with several different facilities and neurosurgeons to find someone who could get to the tumor without causing severe neurological deficits or worse. This part of the brain controls several vital functions of the body including voice, eyes, arms, legs, swallowing and breathing. The family chose Drs. Sanai and Spetzler in Phoenix Arizona. These two very talented neurosurgeons specialize in brain stem tumors and partnered up to perform Nick's surgery. Nick had 2 surgeries - 2 days apart in mid June to remove the tumor that is now 100% gone.
Please visit kickinitwithnick.com for more details.