Mason, a DCHS football safety and wide receiver and fishing team member, was diagnosed with Grade 4 Glioblastoma, a rare and potent type of brain cancer, this past fall.
MASON PALMOUR’S STORY
Mason Palmour is a 16-year-old sophomore high school student at Dawson County High School in Dawsonville, GA. He was diagnosed in November of 2021 with Grade 4 Glioblastoma, a rare type of brain cancer. Mason has had three surgeries, one to relieve the swelling of the brain, another to control bleeding of the brain and a third to remove the brain tumor. Mason has already completed 6 weeks of radiation treatments and is currently receiving chemotherapy treatments. Unfortunately, Mason has suffered loss of mobility and motor control of his right arm and leg. Due to the side effects of the surgeries and treatments Mason is now dealing with some minor cognitive function issues.
Seraph Reseach Intsitute had successfully eliminated two tumors in a 36-year- old male with Grade 4 Glioblastoma. Remarkably, this man has been cancer free for two and one-half years! We believe that Mason can experience this same kind of healing if given the opportunity.
Unfortunately, this treatment is not covered by insurance. We are raising funds so that Mason can undergo therapy through Seraph Research Institute. Together, we can give Mason a fighting chance to defeat this Grade 4 Glioblastoma cancer.
Please join with us and many others who want to help this young man. Please pray for Mason and his family as they walk through this very difficult time. And please give generously for this deserving young man to have the opportunity to be healed.