Hi everyone, I wanted to pass on an update from Jen’s mom, Cindy,”Jen just had an MRI on Monday and we are all happy to report that it was clear. What a relief! It's been a long road for her this past year and few months. She is truly an amazing woman. Jen always kept pushing forward, even the last couple months when the chemo was more often making her sick. Now she's looking to the future while continuing work in grad school and her internship.” Jen and her family want everyone to know that they are extremely gratitude for the support, prayers, thoughts, and kind words over the past year and few months. Jen will continue to have follow up MRI’s, likely every 3 months and her team is committed to staying on top of it. This will likely be the last post on this site, but we just want to leave you by again expressing our continuing gratitude for all you have done for Jen and her family during this time, Stacey
Hi everyone, just wanted to update you on how Jen has been doing. She is undergoing a rough round of chemotherapy but she's a champ! She just had another MRI that was clean, so we are all thrilled about that! Her battle is not over, she is continuing her chemotherapy and will need additional follow up MRI's in the future. We will of course keep you updated with her progress. As always, we thank you for your support and love, you all have been amazing! Please continue to share and send encouragement, it really means so much to Jen and her family. Again, any support you can give is so greatly appreciated! Thank you all, you rock!
Hey everyone, Jen had another follow up MRI today and it was still clear! She has six months of chemo to go, so continue to keep her in your thoughts and prayers. Thank you again for all your love and support, it has been amazing for Jen and her family.
Hey Everyone! Jen had her MRI and follow-up doctors appointment today and it was still clear, woo hoo! She will be starting chemo this week, but is still in good spirits. Thank you for all the donations :)
Hi everyone, sorry I haven't posted in awhile... but Jen had her follow up scan a few weeks ago and so far there is no progression! She will be continuing a chemo cycle for the next year. Thank you all, as always, for your support, love, and well wishes
Sorry everyone for the lack of updates... Jen has been continuing her treatment and is doing well. She says she's been tired and began losing her hair so she shaved it again but it doesn't seem to phase her, we think she looks tougher that way anyway :) Shes ready to be done with treatment, and will get a follow up MRI in November. Her and Brian plan on going on a celebration trip when the radiation treatment ends. We continue to be thankful for your support, you are truly amazing! Keep Jen in your hearts and prayers!
Hello everyone, just wanted to say thank you again for your continued support! Jen is continuing the double radiation/chemo therapy and is doing well so far! Keep the positive thoughts coming, they are so appreciated! If you haven't already, please share our page so we can continue to get the word out and support Jen, thank you so much :)
Hi everyone! Jen's first week of radiation and chemo went well, Jen and Brian said that other than a little nausea, she was feeling great! Keep the positive thoughts coming! Thank you all again for your love and support, we will try to keep updating you as much as possible! Thank you again, you all are awesome!
Hi, my name is Stacey. This page is for my cousin Jennifer Kay Hamann, who lives in Seattle. She is a female boxer and graduate student at Seattle University. She was a hopeful for the Olympic team for 2016 but
had to give up her dream when she was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor that is most likely malignant. Because she has to have immediate surgery (July 17th) to remove what they can of the tumor, in a truly Jen fashion, she decided to go pro and have one pro boxing fight before her surgery which she fought and won last Friday (yes, 6 days before brain surgery). She is such a strong person and is ready to fight her toughest battle, but she will need financial support to help defray the medical bills and living expenses she will incur during surgery and treatment. Her family cannot thank you enough for your support. For more info on Jen visit Arcaroboxing.com. (P.S. boxing does not cause brain tumors!! It fights them!)