Feb 13, 2019 Latest post:
Mar 13, 2019
2018 was a rough year for everyone, and it truly decided it was going to go out with a bang. Around the holiday season, my family received some incredibly distressing news. My mom, Nancy, was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of Lymphoma. I feel like a broken record when I give the diagnosis. Double-Hit Aggressive B Cell Lymphoma - don't Dr. Google it - please, it leaves you with a lot more questions than it does answers.
There are three things you need to know:
1. This is curable 2. The doctors are hopeful 3. We are going to kick cancer's A**
The course of treatment is even more aggressive than the kind of cancer Nancy has been diagnosed with. It has meant extensive hospital stays during chemotherapy treatments, spinal taps, and an incredible team of medical professionals at Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin. Chemo cycles are a 5-7 days in the Center For Advanced Care where Nancy receives continuous IV transfusions of the chemotherapy drugs while in the care of a tremendous medical team. This has also meant, that during the "off weeks" from chemotherapy, George and Nancy are driving from Sheboygan to Milwaukee for maintenance treatments, labs, and blood transfusions.
How To Help? Prayers, prayers, prayers. Please pray for Nancy, her family, and the team of medical professionals who TIRELESSLY work to support Nancy through this.
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