Gibson is dealing with his second ear infection of the season. He’s been free of ear infections for almost 2 years since he got tubes placed. One of the tubes fell out this summer and now that ear keeps getting infected. His Dr has sent a referral to ENT and he will hopefully be getting a new set of tubes. Due to it being so close to the end of the year, I don’t think he will even be seen before our insurance plan year restarts. He has met our out of pocket maximum for this year but if the tubes get placed next year, his totals will have cleared out.
With this as well as the increase in his medication cost from 50 per month to 200 per month, we could use any help you can give.
Thank you for your donation
Oct 30, 2017
Gibson is doing really well. Even though he’s doing well, we still meet his out if pocket maximum of 2500 each year. The cost of his medication is going up this year to over double per month that we have been paying since his transplant.
Most of the funds that have been donated thus far have been spent in the past four years since we started this campaign.
Please donate if you can, every cent we get from this goes directly to Gibson’s medical bills. The bonus for you is that you get a deduction on your taxes.
Sep 06, 2017
Gibson started pre-K today. He is growing and learning so much. We are truly grateful to his donor Kortryna and her family. Without their gift Gibson would not be here. ❤️
Jan 20, 2016
Gibson just got tubes in his ears to help prevent the frequent ear infections he has been experiencing. Being immune suppressed to keep his donated liver happy makes him more susceptible to any...
Sep 09, 2015
Gibson had a scare this summer when his Drs feared his swollen lymph node was possibly a post transplant cancer than liver transplant recipients can get. The biopsy came back as normal lymph node...
Nov 15, 2013
We met with Gibson's GI team from Stanford today at Doernbecher. Great news is that we are now doing monthly labs instead of biweekly. We also get to stop one of his meds now and try giving half of...
Oct 19, 2013
Gibson is now 3 months post transplant and doing great. He got his biliary tube out last Wednesday. Now he can get a full bath and splash around like any other baby. :)