Joshua Curtis (pictured) was born with a blood disorder so rare that the incidences are less than one in a million. His mother, Allison, seeks help funding a visit to the Children’s Hospital at the University of New Mexico Medical Center for tests and treatment. Information about Joshua and a place to make donations is located at www.gofundme.com/4osao8. (Courtesy Photo)
Joshua Curtis is a normal little boy who has normal little boy’s wishes and dreams, but he suffers from a blood disorder so rare that the incidences are less than one in a million. He can’t play contact sports or many games that the other children play.
“All he wants to be is a normal little boy,” said his mother, Allison.
Joshua and others like him may have a weakened immune system as a result of the Delta granule storage pool deficiency. It is an inherited disorder; usually, the symptoms are described as moderate. In Joshua’s case, his symptoms are quite severe.
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