Justin DeLong was a bright, energetic child when he was diagnosed with leukemia at age five. After going into remission for ten years, where he laughed and ran long-distance races and slowly entered adolescence, in July 2000 he succumbed to the disease twelve days after his fifteenth birthday. Lisa DeLong and her family were left to pick up the pieces. Then, six years later, they discovered their youngest son, Jacob, had leukemia too. This is Lisa's story of what it was like to have two sons with leukemia, a lifetime apart. As she struggles to understand how a loving God could allow this to happen, she searches for a way to keep her marriage, her family, and her own sanity together. Whether you're a mother, someone who has experienced cancer either in yourself or someone you love, or a medical professional, the story of these two Blood Brothers will allow you to see how, with faith, great triumph can come from unimaginable tragedy.--From publisher description.He became frustrated with building things like Lego sets. When he was about six ... take it down for weeks. He had followed the instructions step by step and didna#39;t want to have to do it again. ... I was told that slides of Justina#39;s blood had been found in the archives of the Childrens Hospital research department. That was whatanbsp;...
|Author||:||Lisa Solis DeLong|
|Publisher||:||Tate Publishing - 2011-07|