by: WFTV Web Staff Updated: Nov 20, 2017 – 10:07 PM
ORLANDO, Fla. – A Central Florida family’s healthy newborn son was a double blessing when the child ended up becoming the saving grace for their 2-year-old son.
Grant Gibbens was diagnosed with leukemia and needed a bone marrow transplant.       
The 2-year-old was full of life Monday as he pushed his toy yellow school bus with nurses, played with toy cars and wandered down the halls of Florida Hospital for Children.
But he didn’t always have that kind of energy.
For the majority of his life, Grant has been sick.
What started with just a fever, symptoms of a cold and a runny nose led to a hospital visit late last year where his parents received the news they never could’ve imagined.
“Within hours we found that he had leukemia,” the child’s father, John Gibbens, said.
Grant was diagnosed with …