Brentwood firefighter battles incurable cancer - WSMV Channel 4

Brentwood firefighter battles incurable cancer

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Brentwood Fire Department's Assistant Fire Chief David Windrow has served his community for 17 years.

Recently, Windrow was diagnosed with a late stage multiple myeloma. It's a form of cancer than attacks the bone marrow. The cancer is incurable, but it is treatable.

Unfortunately, treatments for the Windrow are very expensive, ranging from $300 to $1,000 per week. The Brentwood Fire Department is working to help Windrow and his family with his medical expenses by hosting a car wash and a chill cook out.

The department will also hold a benefit for Windrow on August 24th.

If you would like to support Chief Windrow in his fight visit his website

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