The Hoyt Family

Rogers, MN
$3,373.00 raised of $4,689.00
Mortgage/Rent $4,689.00
3 months
    Jacen Hoyt

    Jacen was a normal healthy little boy a short time ago. On 11/13/2021 Jacen started running a low grade fever. We didn't think much of it and let his body run its course. By 11/20/2021 we were dealing with immense pain in his hips and legs with a high fever. We went into a clinic to get evaluated as he was now showing more symptoms with the fever. On 11/24/2021 our blood work came back and a initial diagnosis of Lewkemis. We were admitted into Children's Hospital that same day. The next few days were a blur of tests and the start of Chemo treatments. As the test results were coming in we were getting bad news and more bad news. Jacen was diagnosed with ALL Lewkemis with a PH+ mutation and Icaras. The treatment is intense and we may have a hard time getting into remission. Right now we are home and spending every moment we can with our little Warrior. He is doing great on the Chemo treatments and we are seeing success, but we do not know if this will be enough or if Jacen will have to do this over and over because the mutation creates more Leukemia. It is possible he will need to have a bone marrow transplant in the future. Right now we just pray and have faith in his team of Oncologists that we can get him healthy again any way we can. In the meantime I will not be returning to work. My husband and I want one of us to be with him for emotional and physical support. He will need help with school work during his home school time as well as someone to spend time with while he is unable to be out and about. Due to this loss in Income we are asking for financial help. Help to pay the bills, help to pay his medical as it comes in. We do not know what the future holds for us and your support is greatly appreciated! 

    December 30, 2021
    Jacen Hoyt

    The week leading up to Christmas was crazy. Jacen came into the hospital by ambulance due to a seizure. Once he arrived at the hospital he had 2 more. We have a diagnosis of one large blood clot in his brain and some smaller ones too. We have been in and out of the hospital as we navigate the pain that these clots cause as well as continued fevers.