An unidentified donor has entered to help a 4-year-old boy from the United Kingdom get the potentially life-saving treatment he…
An unidentified donor has entered to help a 4-year-old boy from the United Kingdom get the potentially life-saving treatment he needs to fight a rare type of cancer.
Hannah Oliver-Willetts has been desperately trying to raise money to help her son, Zac Oliver, diagnosed with near haploid leukemia in May, according to a donation page prepared for the family.
The cancer is so rare that Zac is the only child diagnosed with the disease in Britain. Having studied three stages of chemotherapy that might not know him – with a particularly harmful fourth cycle scheduled for November ̵
1; Zac’s parents found a successful treatment of her son’s cancer battle that has improved the likelihood of survival of patients by almost 80 percent
. But the treatment, called CAR-T therapy, is not yet available in Britain, reports the BBC, which means the family has to travel to the United States to save Zac’s life.
Children‘s Hospital in Philadelphia has offered to treat Zac and while the hospital obsessively lowered the price of treatment from 1,250,000 to 625,000 dollars, the family worried how to pay for the bill along with other expenses, such as travel and flight costs , explains their donation page.
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while they could collect money on their Just Giving page, it was not until the family received a call from a generous stranger on Monday that their hopes were realized.
Hannah called a mystery man who said he was so touched by Zac’s story that he donated $ 130,000 to the Family to get his boy the help he needed. While they did not know whether they would believe the stranger on the phone, the money saw the same day.
“This is our dream, that’s all we wanted,” said Zac’s grandmother, Annette Oliver, Huffington Post United Kingdom . “It’s Christmas, it’s better.”
When Hannah asked who the man was, he simply replied that his name was not necessary.
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“It does not matter who I am, the most important person here is Zac, “he told Hannah according to HuffPost .  The family has now met its initial funding needs and plans to arrive in Philadelphia before the beginning of November for Zac’s 17-week treatment. They still accept donations on their donation page to help with future doctor appointments for Zac.
“Hopefully, we will come back with a cured little boy who will get his life back,” Hannah told BBC.