msn.com 18 Sep, 2020 01:45 am

Community comes together to support teen needing bone marrow transplant

When Josh Bischoff was just 12 years old, his family began to notice something was off. “When he finished his football season, we noticed his bruises weren’t healing," said Tina Bischoff, Josh's mom. "He had a bunch of splotches on his body and I started questioning that. ” “It legit got to the point that I would walk up a flight of stairs and have to take a five-minute break because I was so tired," said Josh. Josh, now 17, is a senior at Blair...

“When he finished his football season, we noticed his bruises weren’t healing," said Tina Bischoff, Josh's mom.“The statistics now have changed too, where if you have a sibling that’s a match your percentage of success rate is in the 90's," said Tina.“My heart was broken," said Tina.Tina said they have hosted fundraisers, brought over food, and have provided monetary donations.

“They have went above and beyond what anyone could ever expect," said Tina.“Even if it’s anonymous I can see who it is," said Tina.

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