Riverton Family Receives Good News in Battle Against Childhood Neuroblastoma

Source: county10.com — Monday, August 07, 2017
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Carson Dale Crofts, a Nine-Year-Old Boy from Riverton, was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma earlier this year. The family was notified of the diagnosis on Valentine’s Day. County 10 is happy to report that Carson has made some great progress during treatment, shocking both doctors and followers of his support page created by his parents, Randee and Sergio Ramos. Six weeks ago, Crofts went in for scans which revealed more infection than had been previously shown, eliminating his eligibility at that time for the crucial Bone Marrow Transplants that the family was hoping to begin as soon as possible. Crofts’ mother said that “this really felt like a punch in the stomach.” After trying a different form of therapy over the summer, Crofts’ last set of scans on Thursday, August 3, showed a significant drop in infection, prompting Doctors at The Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colorado to expedite Crofts’ Bone Marrow Transplants. Crofts’ Parents are hopeful that following the transplants, scans will return no evidence of disease. The family extends their thanks to the community for coming together around their family and helping out wherever they can. Ramos encourages the community to continue to embrace and support those battling illnesses of this nature. …

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