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Please Help Mike

When Michael Young was only two months old, he was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis, a genetic lifelong lung disease for which there is no cure. He was in and out of the hospital for most of his childhood and his parents were told he would not live past age 18. The good news is that he has lived more than double that amount. The bad news is that his disease has progressed to the point of needing a double lung transplant within one year in order to survive.

Updates (5)

March 17, 2015

Great News! Mike got his gift of life – his double lung transplant on Sunday, March 15. He’s got a long road ahead but he’s doing really well.

January 2, 2015

I want to let all of my supporters know that Cleveland Clinic has finally approved me to be listed on the National Transplant list. Thank you again to everyone who has donated to my fund and have given me words of encouragement. I will keep you all posted on my progress, especially when that call comes in that lungs are available for me. 2015 is gonna be a great year!

Guestbook

June 1, 2015

HAPPY 40TH BIRTHDAY MIKE. WHOOPWHOOP MCL .HAVE FUN BLOWING OUT YOUR BIRTHDAY CANDLES WITH THEM FRESH NEW LUNGS. LOVE PATTY

patty

March 17, 2015

We love you Mike and we are so happy the day finally came for your transplant. God is good!

Uncle Lynn and Aunt Connie

March 17, 2015

just an update for everyone they found lungs for mike he's in surgery now 1:41am 3/15/15 please keep mikey in your prayers and thanks to everyone for your support we all appreciate it ! Mcl

with love Jen y.

September 1, 2014

I love you Michael with all my heart and words can't explain how happy I am we're almost to the goal! So I can have many more wonderful years with my big brother one of my heroes cause you have surpassed everything and won and will keep on winning! A big thanks to everyone supporting Mike words can't say what it means to all of us for this huge opportunity for him!

love, your lil sis aka as Mike calls me Patty!