Alana is the 9 year old daughter of Anessa Miller Renfro & Travis Renfro. She attends Klondike ISD and has been on the "A" Honor Roll since kinder. Alana has always been very active and outgoing and participated in dance, cheerleading, tumbling, basketball, softball, golf and swimming.
Alana was diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) in July of 2016. This is a progressive disease of the Autonomic Nervous System, and more specifically, the Sympathetic Nervous System that causes constant, extreme pain and can spread to other parts of the body. It is ranked as the most painful form of chronic pain that exists today.
Alana is currently confined to a wheel chair with her knee should, elbow, wrist and hand are all locked up and her skin is extremely sensitive. She says it feels like "knives stabbing" when she is touched. Currently there is no cure for CRPS, the only hope is getting it into remission.
We will be raising money for Alana to be able to continue treatments for her CRPS in hopes they can force it into remission.
Diana is 6 years old first grader who goes to South Elementary in Lamesa. Diana enjoys dancing and swimming and her favorite subject in school is math. She is vibrant, energetic and loves her family.
Diana was diagnosed with Leukemia, but due to oral chemotherapy she is currently in remission. She was also diagnosed with Alopecia which causes a complete loss of hair. Due to the trauma she has already experienced in her short life, Diana suffers from Separation Anxiety Disorder as well as Trichotillomania which is a picking disorder.
We will be raising money for Diana and her family so that they can purchase a wig for her.
Please keep both of these sweet girls in your prayers.
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