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ORGANIZERS ARE COUNTING HOW MUCH THEY RAISED FOR CHIEF MICHAEL MALONEY MEMORIAL FUN. A STRATHEM FAMILY IS COUNTING THEIR LUCKY STARS AS THEIR ADOPTED SUN FROM ETHIOPIA PREPARES FOR A LIFE SAVING BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT. WHEN HE WAS 6 YEARS OLD AND DERIVED BUT THIS WINTER DOCTORS TOLD HIS PARENTS HE NEEDED THE TRANSPLANT. THIS COUPLE ADOPTED BAHALU SEVEN YEARS AGO WHEN HE WAS 6 YEARS OLD. HE WAS ONE OF THE SIX CHILDREN OF AN ETHIOPIAN FAMILY. THEY SURRENDERED HIM DUE TO BRUTAL HUNGER AND POVERTY. THE BARRIES FELL IN LOVE WITH HIM THE MOMENT THEY LAID EYES ON HIM. WITH SOME ADJUSTMENT, BAHALU BLOSSOMED INTO AN ATHLETIC TEENAGER BUT IN FEBRUARY, HE SAID HE WAS TIRED AND STRUGGLING PHYSICALLY, AND THE FAMILY KNEW SOMETHING WAS WRONG. DOCTORS CONFIRMED THAT HE HAD SEVERE APLASTIC ANEMIA AND NEEDED A LIFE SVING BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT. KNOWING HE WAS ADOPTED, DOCTORS WERE SKEPTICAL WHEN THEY SUGGESTED FINDING A PERFECT DONOR MATCH FROM A SIBLING. LUCKILY, Saucony Grid 8500 On Feet
Doctors confirmed on Feb. They suggested finding the perfect donor match from a sibling."I said. 'Stop, stop. We know that he has has five siblings, so what do we do? What do we do?'" said Aidan Barry, Behaylu's adopted father.
TOOK TIME OFF AND EFFORT AND DROVE INTO THE COUNTRYSIDE, FOUND THE FAMILY, SWABBED THEM, BROUGHT THEM BACK TO AMERICA QUICKLY AND WE HAVE THE MIRACULOUS NEWS THAT WE HAVE TWO MATCHES. I WAS JUST SO HAPPY. Saucony No Chill
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Aidan and Midori Barry adopted their son seven years ago when he was just 6 years old. He was one of six children in an Ethopian family who was surrendered by his birth parents because of the brutal hunger and poverty they faced. But in February when he said he felt extremely tired and was struggling physically, the Barrys knew something was wrong.
when he was just 6 years old. A seemingly healthy child, he thrived. But this winter doctors told his parents he needed the transplant.
THE THREE WERE REUNITED LAST WEEK. BAHALU IS EXTREMELY GRATEFUL. THEY'VE NEVER BEEN OUT OF THE COUNTRY SO TO GO TO A DIFFERENT CONTINENT IS SCARY SO I'M JUST SO Reebok All Terrain Thrill HAPPY THAT THEY WANTED TO. TOMORROW, BAHALU'S BROTHER AND SISTER WILL BE EVALUATED AT BOSTON'S CHILDREN HOSPITAL IN PREPARATION FOR HIS BONE MARROW
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On Monday, Behaylu's brother and sister will be evaluated at Boston's Children's Hospital in preparation for the bone marrow transplant, which is scheduled for May.
Behaylu said he is extremely grateful."Because they have never been out of Hosanna, so to go to a whole different country and continent is pretty scary. I'm just so happy that they wanted to," Behaylu said.
The three were reunited last week.
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