Lehigh County’s ‘little sheriff’ dies after battle with terminal brain disease
“I thought the doctor was crazy,” Livingston said. “I was looking at my son, running and playing like any normal child, and couldn’t imagine what the doctor was telling me was true."
Kaleb was diagnosed with adrenoleukodystrophy ― a rare genetic disease that destroys myelin, the protective sheath surrounding the neurons in his brain and spinal cord.
By December 2016, the doctor’s prediction had turned out to be correct.