Ashton's Lemonade Stand in Chicago
6-year-old Ashton Coleman and his mom Ariel started a lemonade stand to build his self-confidence and bring awareness to his rare disease. Ashton was born with a rare disease called CGD (Chronic Granulomatous Disease). At the age of 3, Ashton received a bone marrow transplant with an unrelated donor match. Shortly after the transplant, Ashton was diagnosed with another rare disease called GVHD (graft versus host disease). This disease took over Ashton's gut, liver and skin. Ashton received several different procedures as well as treatments to help with this disease.For more information, visit www.faithforashton.com.
11.09.18 | 03:05 | CC