Brendan Regan

First post: 3/4/2016 Latest post: 12/3/2016
Please keep Brendan, Beth and their family in your prayers as we ask god for strength and guidance on this journey.      
Brendan’s Illness started in May 2014 when he was diagnosed with stage 4 follicular lymphoma.  It was labeled as “non aggressive” and he began chemotherapy. He was clear by Nov of 2014. The cancer returned in Sept 2015. In October, Brendan began chemo and has recently move onto the next phase of treatment. Due to his short remission, Brendan needs a stem cell transplant. The theorem cell process started 2/22 at Yale.  Beth will provide updates on Brendan's progress in the journal. Beth and Brendan ask for your prayers. Although they won’t ask for it, they are going to need your help!   How can we help these two wonderful friends of ours? 

Lets invite love and laughter and surround them with our hearts! 



- Please log in and use the Guestbook  to send messages for Brendan. Leave a note with words of encouragement, share a story, post a photo (use the Photos tab), reminisce about something hilarious that will ignite a smile, capture your own smile and share the link...harness the power of a page full of love and laughter!  
- The Journal is where Beth (and others) will post updates on Brendan's progress. 
- Please use the Planner if you'd like to offer to make a meal or provide a dinner (Pasta Vita in Old Saybrook and Bradley & Wall in Madison are family fav's). Not a foodie? How about offering a dog walk, some yard work or some light cleaning? 
- Please use Tributes if you'd like to make a donation to Caring Bridge in Brendan's honor. If you'd like to make a donation directly to Beth and Brendan, that link is forthcoming (and thank you to all the friends that specifically requested this option).  
- Gift cards for gas or grocery have been highly recommended by the CaringBridge home care team (Big Y is a family fav). Medical expenses add up quickly even with the best insurance plans. PM Catherine@adeptcpm.com if you need a mailing address for Beth and Brendon.  
-  If you have additional ideas on how to ease the stress for Beth and Brendan, please let us know. Or simply share a hug, a smile and some prayers!



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