Posted by Mike on July 31, 2011 at 11:01 AM CST
Fan Force Global Administrator, Rachel, sent over the following information regarding baby "Princess" Leah, her ongoing struggle, and a new way for fellow fans to help out.

"Many of you may have heard the continuing medical saga of "Princess" Leah Esquenazi. Many of you may already know her parents Zev ?DeltaSquadBoss? and his wife Frani. For those of you unfamiliar with their story, Princess Leah has been experiencing terrible medical problems since her birth, just a few short months ago. So far Leah has remained a medical mystery to all those involved in her care. She has been suffering from motor skill problems (seizure like activity and movement), vision, and respiratory problems. The majority of her life to date has been spent in the NICU, where she has been residing for the last several weeks straight. DSB and Frani have been spending every available moment at Leah?s side, watching as over 60 doctors have been unable to diagnose or treat her.

To help the Esquenazi family to help with their mounting medical expenses, ?challenge coins? are being produced. ALL proceeds will be donated to the family to help Princess Leah.

Details for the coin order can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150251009686698

For more information on Princess Leah, follow the blog: http://princessleahdiaries.blogspot.com/ "


Thanks Rachel!


UPDATE: Here is a link with Challenge Coin details for non-Facebook users.

Thanks Mike!
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