What is the WLF Mission?

March 9th, 2014
Wyatt "Pie Man" Leamon

Wyatt “Pie Man” Leamon

We’ve gone back and forth, up and down, and all around on this.  What is the mission of the Wyatt Leamon Foundation?  And you know what, I think on any given day it’s been several different things.  Here’s a list of some of them…

  • Educate the public on the dangers of antibiotics
  • Help parents understand natural alternatives to ear infections
  • Preach the power of Chiropractic for kids
  • Dangers of our food system
  • Dealing with the loss of a child
  • Organ donation
  • Etc.

But here’s the thing, it’s none of the above even though all of the above factors into what we have to say to people.  And as much as we love talking and educating about all of those topics, the thing that we have to offer as our mission above all else is an amazingly tragic story that can truly help others.

So what is the Wyatt Leamon Foundation mission?

It’s simple: Our mission is to tell the story of Wyatt “Pie Man” Leamon which tells the tale of a 9-month-old boy who was prescribed a common antibiotic for an ear infection and subsequently died of liver failure because of it.

How all of you apply the lessons learned from this tragic story is entirely up to you.

For more info, please visit the Wyatts Story page and watch or read about this unbelievable little boy!


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