Photo Credit: Fox NewsIn a pessimistic world, a Michigan mother is looking for a miracle to save her terminally ill four-year-old son – and she’s turning to prayer and social media to find it.
Tammi Curtis Carr of Ann Arbor was given the horrifying news Tuesday that her toddler, Chad, had an inoperative tumor on his brain stem. According to Carr, her son fell on Monday and hit his nose.The mother of three took her youngest to the hospital to make sure he didn’t have a concussion but what the MRI revealed was much worse.
Chad was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, a rare brain tumor that primarily affects children, and once diagnosed, the average rate of survival is nine to twelve months.
On Wednesday, Carr posted a message on her Facebook page hoping the power of prayer could help heal her young boy.
“We now need prayers and it’s my hope that this goes viral and millions fall in love with (Chad) and send him prayers,” she wrote. “It’s going to take a miracle and I believe it can happen and I hope you will help and spread his story!”
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