Friends Support Boise Boy With Genetic Disorder
Carson McNall is just 9 years old and was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis when he was only 6 months old. It's a disorder that causes tumors to grow on the nervous system, and can cause low muscle tone, disfigurement, bone deformity, and learning disabilities. The disorder has no treatment or cure.
Recently, Carson and his friends put together a lemonade stand to raise money to try and find a cure.
Carson and his buddies will all be taking part in the Idaho Walk to End NF, which is coming up September 10 at Julius Kleiner Park in Meridian. For more information on the walk, click HERE.
For the full story from KTVB, click HERE.