DBA has taught us many things – Never give up – Be grateful for the strength to fight the fight and always cherish the arms we rest upon for support.
Nicholas – 18 years
Ty – 16 years
It is the tough things I have gone through with DBA that has made me the man I am.
Jack – 3 years
DBA has forever changed our lives, but we will persevere until we find a cure.
Gabriel – 7 years
We hope for an easier life, until then we are grateful for each day together.
Katie – 3 years
Our little hero
Lily – 10 years
Lily loves everyday she has, especially the ones she’s not in the hospital. Lily is the strongest little girl I know, my hero.
Brian – 10 months
I am and always will be special. I am and always will be DBA Strong!
YouKai (Stephen) – 5 years
We are hopeful that a cure will be discovered soon so that our son doesn’t have to endure pokes and disruptions and can feel good all the time – isn’t that what every child deserves?
Maddy – 17 years
Difficulties are meant to rouse, not discourage. The human spirit is to grow strong by conflict. – William E. Channing
Dean – 11 years
DBA is hard but it’s my child’s life. I have to teach him how to live life with it. I will advocate and help find a cure. The DBAF is helping us improve his life.