A few months back I wrote about a medical case involving little Andrew Krolczyk. It's been a long time since I provided you all with an update after asking for your prayers.
A woman was kind enough to provide me with an update and even point me to a website where we can follow his progress.
Unfortunately, Andrew's tumor was not a Wilms. He was diagnosed with High Risk Neuroblastoma tumor - Stage 3 which is an extremely rare aggressive type of cancer. Neuroblastoma affects primarily young children and has a dismal 30% three year survival.
To follow Andrew's story and to learn how you can help make a donation please visit this website.
I don't know this family personally and I've never met them, but that doesn't mean that we here at Look Up Fellowship (along with you, our readers) can't lift them up in prayer.
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