Ashley Depends on You to Live

"I want Ashley to live longer, she's too young to suffer like this."

-Ashley's Grandma

We are a NonProfit dedicated to saving children like Ashley from EB, a rare blistering skin disease.

Ashley Depends on You to Live

"I want Ashley to live longer, she's too young to suffer like this."

-Ashley's Grandma

We are a NonProfit dedicated to saving children like Ashley from EB, a rare blistering skin disease.

Ashley is Depending on You to Save Her Life. Will You Help?

See how your donation makes a huge life-saving impact:

Life-Saving Bandages

Buy non-adhesive, gentle bandages to heal her deep chronic wounds that cause infection, inflammation, and fever.

Donate to Save Ashley

Life-Saving Antibiotics

Get better medical care and supplies such as antibiotics, steroidal creams to fight off infections, itching and scarring, sepsis, and death.

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Severe Malnutrition

Battle severe malnutrition by buying milk formula to rebuild her muscles, organs, hair and skin. Solid food causes Ashley internal blisters and wounds.

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Corneal Transplant

Perform a left-eye corneal transplant to bring back her vision. The longer her eye is left untreated, the chances of permanent blindness grow higher.

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Bone Cancer

Re-examine her bone marrow cancer and skin cancer. She has battled through bone marrow cancer, but has since not been monitored for recurrence due to lack of funds.

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What is Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB)?

EB is a rare genetic blistering skin disease that causes a baby’s skin to blister and peel off, creating extreme pain and death in its most severe forms. It is caused by a gene mutation that creates a very weak bond between the baby’s skin layers in the epidermis and dermis. Friction, pressure, and heat on the skin causes blisters and skin loss. Even a hug from mom or dad can cause life-threatening blisters and skin loss, and extreme pain that can’t be controlled with our best medicines.

EB affects both genders and all ethnicities equally. And sadly, it is not getting the attention it needs to find a cure.

Our Expert Doctors

tabor md

Aaron Tabor, MD

Founder of No Baby Blisters, he is an NIH-funded skin researcher. He is also the Founder and CEO of GENIE Therapeutics, a biotechnology company developing cures for skin scarring, pigmentation and wrinkles.

cohen md

Bernard Cohen, MD

Professor of Pediatrics and Dermatology, boarded in Pediatrics, Dermatology, and Pediatric Dermatology at one of American’s leading hospitals with a special interest and research in Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) blistering skin disease and skin infections.

Our Fast Cure Plan

  • Gene therapy that will override mutated skin genes with healthy ones to stop the blistering and skin cancer.
  • Biotechnology that will replace mutated skin genes with healthy genes. Healthy genes produce healthy skin proteins needed to keep the skin from blistering off.
  • Molecular research that can reduce inflammation and speed healing.

Ashley is Depending on You to Save Her Life

Help Us Save Ashley

"I want Ashley to live longer, she's too young to suffer like this."

-Ashley's Grandma

We are a NonProfit dedicated to saving children like Ashley from EB, a rare blistering skin disease.

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