Help Brian Get His Life Back!
In 2005, Brian Melton was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and his life was forever changed. Once an avid golfer and fisherman that loved the outdoors, Brian began having memory problems and experience dizziness and vertigo, leaving him stuck in bed for weeks at a time. Brian also faced severe fatigue and muscle pain, and eventually he could not stand up straight. After months of symptoms, Brian’s neurologist ordered an MRI who diagnosed him with Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS). Over the years, the relapses took a lot out of Brian. Despite his illness, he was able to enjoy a professional career, marry his beautiful wife, Valarie and was able to be active in the lives of his children. In 2013, Brian worked a demanding job, and the stress of his position began to take a toll on his body. Brian went into a relapse that left him with permanent symptoms. Now unable to work, and with lesions on his brain, vertigo, numbness and balance issues, Brian’s condition has rapidly progressed.
December 24, 2016
Thank you to all who have made donations to Brian’s HelpHopeLive fund !
December 6, 2016
Please donate to help Brian Melton with the expenses of having HSCT … stem cell transplant for Multiple Sclerosis …
Donate before Dec. 31st to enjoy tax savings in 2016 …
Every donation is received with much gratitude and joy !
Thank you very much !
You may follow Brian’s journey on his Facebook page… Brian Melton
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September 13, 2016
Brian & Valarie can beat this! You rock Brian! I was able to use the Employer Matching program and UBS matched my donation. Everyone please check with your company after giving.
August 27, 2016
Good luck kicking the MonSter to the curb, Brian. You WILL slay the MS beast!!
August 13, 2016
Brian, God is mighty. He can restore your health and give you back your life and more! I will keep you in my prayers. Also, please let me know if you have a specific prayer request.
Meg (smyfigs on F4F)
August 11, 2016
Brian and family...went to school with your parents.....I will pray for you to have strength and fight...miracles can and do happen....
Mary Doll Allen