Concert to aid Nashua man with rare disease
By BENJAMIN C. KLEIN
Union Leader Correspondent | May 24. 2013 10:04PM
Finney, who has known Yandell since high school, said that it felt natural for her to help after all the support Yandell and his family have given her.
Yandell’s mother, Sandie Dillon, said Finney is wonderful for all the help she has given.
“Its comforting to know that you have friends who have your back when things go bad,” Dillon said.
Finally, through a combination of doctors at the Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, Dillon said Yandell was diagnosed.
However, Yandell said he remains optimistic, and that doctors have told him he should make a full recovery in 12-18 months.