Imagine being told your child has a terminal illness which will eventually rob your child of her ability to walk, talk, and play before eventually taking her life. What would you do to save your child’s life? Glenn and Cara O’Neill are facing this heartbreaking scenario with their precious 4 year old daughter, Eliza. Eliza has been diagnosed with Sanfilippo Syndrome – Type A. The O’Neills are joining us on this week’s show to share Eliza’s story & the hope for a cure through a trial that needs funding in order to save Eliza & others with Sanfilippo Syndrome.
See what Eliza’s big brother, 7 year old Beckham, has to say about his little sister and how you can help her:
Here are ways you can help Eliza and other children with Sanfilippo Syndrome:
- Tune in to this week’s episode of Ask MomRN Show to hear their story
- Visit http://www.gofundme.com/ElizaONeill to help fund a cure by donating
- Please Watch & Please Share the 3 minute video at http://www.savingeliza.com/ and encourage your family & friends to watch & share the video
- “Like” www.facebook.com/ElizaOStory
- Follow on Twitter: @SavingEliza #savingeliza
- Visit Cure Sanfilippo Foundation: http://www.curesff.org/
This week’s episode also includes:
Dara Torres,12-time Olympic medal swimmer, mom, & New York Times Best-Selling author teams up with Beth Mattey, MSN, RN, NCSN President-Elect of the National Association of School Nurses to share the findings of the Moms on Meningitis Survey (MOMS) & how to protect your kids from Meningococcal Meningitis.
Dr. Tom Wright, a leading expert in gynecologic pathology, cervical cancer screening and HPV, & Heather Banks, a cervical cancer survivor, discuss the importance of HPV testing & its implications for women’s health.
Can cleaning out your closet help you lose weight? Lifestyle & organization expert Julie Morgenstern and Dr. Steven Lamm share how clearing out your closet can help your health.
Pets are family members too! Pet expert & author Steve Dales shares tips on keeping our pets healthy & safe from pesky fleas, ticks & mosquitoes this spring and summer.
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