Every aspect is prepared. The bone marrow transplant can currently only be done after Byrne's tooth decay issue is resolved.

The doctor advised that the child's tooth decay problem needs to be dealt with first to avoid the growth of bacteria, so once the tooth decay is dealt with, a bone marrow transplant can be carried out. The bone marrow, specific medications, and medical expenses have all been prepared.

Little Brayden is eight years old at this point. He attends school as usual, but because he cannot be injured and avoid bleeding due to a lack of platelets, his parents monitor him closely. He is also cared for at school by teachers and classmates so that he can live a normal life, except that he must visit the hospital on a regular basis for follow-up consultations.

The parents' greatest wish is that their children's lives continue, because one of the twins died, and Brayden is their only child, hoping to grow up safely and healthily.

Brayden's medical expenses of RM74,153 have been raised, and the parents are grateful for the public's assistance, hoping that the child will recover after the bone marrow transplant.

Too Brayden, an 8-year-old boy from Puchong, Selangor, is thin, pale, and appears malnourished. He has a high fever and a blood test revealed that his platelets are low. He was diagnosed with Fanconi Anemia after the test.The only option for treatment is a bone marrow transplant. The father donated bone marrow in the hope that the child would be able to live.