When James Gould graduated Chaminade High School in June, he had aspirations of becoming a pediatric oncologist; so much so that he planned to attend the College of the Holy Cross with the drive to get into their medical program. That dream was put on hold July 1, when he was diagnosed with secondary AML leukemia, his second health bout in 16 months.
Gould had beat Hodgkins lymphoma after being diagnosed in January 2014, a little more then a month before his 17th birthday, according to a GoFundMe page started to help with financial difficulties.
With a $100,000 goal, the page has garnered $33,105 as of press time. [Read more…]