The May 8th meeting of the Southern NH 9.12 group will focus on a topic that will impact nearly half of all Americans in their lifetime – Cancer. This unfortunate reality is even more devastating when the news is about your child.
Mark Lutter will share with us the heart wrenching journey and decisions that he and his wife had to make after learning last year that their two year old daughter, Alexa, was diagnosed with Brain Cancer. The surgery had numerous complications and Alexa spent 6 months in 3 different hospitals. Every day was a new learning experience. In hindsight the parents wished they could have made some different decisions.
Mark is haunted by the fact that many of their decisions were made without knowing all of the available options. It is his desire to educate others, and to share why some of their decisions would have been different had they known then, what they know now.
Please join us on Tuesday, May 8th at 7pm at the Windham Senior Center, 2 North Lowell Road and learn some things that you may not hear anywhere else. This meeting is free and open to the public, snacks and refreshments will be served, and everyone is encouraged to attend.