One of the scourges of the modern world is the appearance of a number of a number of medical conditions that does not seem to have any viable long-term cure. Or if they do, it is oftentimes so painful or so expensive that very few are able to take advantage of it. One such medical condition is cancer. Such is the case of Jeremy Kong.
Jeremy Kong is a two-year old vibrant kid who suffers from a rare form of AML, or Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Jeremy Kong is the only son of Anthony and Alice Kong. To date, Jeremy’s condition can be described as stable although it can be quite a challenge to keep it that way every single day. Such risk can be too much for every parent, and for every child who has still so much to see about the world. The only way to enable him to live a more fruitful life is to have a bone marrow transplant.
Acute Myeloid is a type of cancer that affects the myeloid lining of the blood cells. Some of the signs and symptoms of this debilitating sickness, in its most common form, include enlargement of the spleen, fever, fatigue, and weight loss. In some cases, the presence of AML also indicates the presence of Sweet’s Syndrome. Bone Marrow transplant is one of the ways by which you can deal with AML. Although most people believe it to be painful, it is actually the opposite. Typing is done in a matter of minutes while the transplant procedure itself is done under general anesthesia.