Toddler Using Cannabis Oil and Sugar Free Diet to Fight Cancer
December 7, 2014 - bbq set
PASADENA, California — A fundraiser that drew firefighters from all over a county was hold Thursday night in Pasadena to lift income to assistance cover a cost of treatments for a 3-year-old lady who has been battling cancer for roughly half her life.
Cecilia von Harz, a county firefighter’s daughter, was diagnosed in 2013 with Wilms’ tumor, a singular kidney cancer that essentially affects really immature children, according to family members.
In a past 20 months, Cecilia has undergone mixed surgeries, followed by chemotherapy and radiation.
But Cecilia’s many new turn of therapy caused repairs to her liver and those treatments are now no longer an option, kin said.
As a result, relatives Jim and Jaclyn von Harz sought out choice treatments that they pronounced have been display good guarantee in timorous her tumors. Cannabis oil and an organic, sugar-free diet have helped Cecilia, her relatives said.
“She was sick, she was in pain,” mom Jaclyn von Harz said. “But she’s so most improved now. She’s happy, she’s energetic.”
Unfortunately for a family, a holistic alternatives are dear and are not lonesome by their insurance.
Cecilia’s father Jim, a Los Angeles County firefighter, reached out to a Fire Family Foundation for assistance with a continued high cost of her treatment. The substructure orderly a fundraiser, that drew firefighters from stations all over a county.
“We’re a really close department,” county Fire Chief Daryl Osby said. “We contend we’re a family and we truly are a family. One of a family members is struggling, and we’re here to assistance him.”
Thursday’s fundraiser was hold at Robin’s Wood Fire BBQ, that affianced half of a earning from a eventuality to a family.
Those wishing to make a concession can do so during a Fire Family Foundation.
A Facebook page has also been set adult for those wishing to follow Cecilia’s diagnosis and progress.