I will be praying for your son. What is his name? I also pray that they can find other solutions to antibody rejection. They seem to have cellular rejection in check, but the antibody rejection is still experimental phases. I hope that Stanford can use Brandon's case study and body to find answers for antibody rejection. I know from the very core of my soul how scary this all must be for you with your son. I will stead fast to prayers and hope that they get every last antibody cell so that it does not occur again with him. My thoughts are with you and thank you for your note on here.
My beautiful loving and brave son went to be with God on April 15, 2013. He fought antibody rejection all the way to the end with a brave courageous spirit! The medical team was able to take him to his final Giants game 2 weeks prior to meet with many of his favorite team players and watch the game! ' His brother and sister and family were around him for his last breath. It was very peaceful. He was more worried about us then himself! We held a very special memorial for Brandon and are sure to keep his memories and his legacy alive. His biggest request to us 15 minute before his passing was to encourage people to be donors and to donate his body to science so that medical can figure out how to combat antibody rejection. He loved life and he is a hero. Because of his 23 years with his heart the medical team at Stanford learned so much! Hoping that transplantation is easier on everyone today after learning via Brandon's life. My heart is sad, but he not longer suffers and has new wings to fly the way he always wanted to. Thank you all for your love and support. Please pass along his website as that was what he wants me to do so that everyone can donate life. We will be adding to the website in the weeks to come. www.shortyboy.com
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