ROCHESTER, Minn.- Looking at 1-year old Gabby Brown, you see a happy, smiling, bright little face. What you don't see is that she has recently been diagnosed with a rare form of Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) that has only ever been found in men over the age of 60.
Gabby is getting treatment for the next 6 months at The Mayo Clinic and her father, Matt Brown, tells KIMT they are extremely impressed with the care they have received while in Rochester.
The brown family owns Estelle's Eatery and Bar in Harmony. Matt tells KIMT his family has spent the past few years serving their community and neighbors while giving them a place to gather. Now, that same love and support is being returned to the family.
The community is being brought together by Gabby to raise funds and show support for the Brown family.
On Sunday October 28th, there will be a pancake breakfast held at Fillmore Central Elementary School to raise funds for Gabby and her great fight with Leukemia.
If you'd like to donate to the Brown family, click here.
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