Benefits children with atypical HUS

Hyde Talbot is 2 years old and on our Team "Lil' Stars" at Dobbs Creek Recreational Center.  He has been diagnosed with atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome or AHUS, a rare, fatal hereditary autoimmune disease that requires lifelong treatment. Currently, the only way to treat this disease is a kidney-liver transplant though that has a high mortality rate in children.  He is on dialysis but this is not a permanent solution.  Today, he is maintaining a healthy weight and continuing to grow. The Lil'All-Stars want to keep him HAPPY and HEALTHY!!:)

Please visit WWW.HIKE4HYDE.COM if you would like to make a contribution to help Hyde in the future.  Every little bit helps!!:)