How to donate

Make tax-deductible checks payable to: Help Hope Live, with "In honor of Cash Burnaman" in the memo section

Mail to: Help Hope Live, 150 N. Radnor Chester Road, Suite F-120, Radnor, PA 19087

For credit card donations, please call 800-642-8399 or visit (enter Cash Burnaman into the Find a Patient field.)

Tuesday, February 1, 2011


Cash and I just got back to the clinic. We spent the last two nights at Moolchand Hospital on the instruction of the pediatrician. A chest Xray taken Sunday morning showed some evidence of pnumonia in his right lung. Despite their best efforts at the clinic, we could not keep Cash's fever down on Sunday night. So that night we spent in the ICU pumping Cash full of antibiotics. He responded well and we were moved to a private suite yesterday morning. There they continued medicating and monitoring him overnight and we were released today at noon.

Before we left the hospital they asked us to do a testimonial of our experience for their website. I consented and they sent in a film crew and did a couple of takes. It was a nice facility and they did seem to go out of their way to take care of us. Cash took it all in stride and even hammed it up a bit for the camera.

He seems to be feeling much better but he has been sleeping a lot. I don't know where this leaves us with the stem cell treatments.


  1. That may be the saddest picture of Cash, ever.

  2. No, there are sadder ones. Later they put gauze pads under the elastic band so it would not hurt his ears. So he looked like that with big, white ears. Although it was humorous looking, I could not bear to post it.