Nonetheless, Jenny pushed on even though she was not feeling any better. As always, she was determined not to slow down. However on September 22nd, Jenny was rushed to the ER. Just two later, she received a diagnosis that changed everything ...
she had AML Leukemia.
Since this type of Leukemia has a high rate of re-occurrence, her doctor's felt that Jenny's best chance of going into complete remission would be to have a bone marrow transplant. After months and months of prayers, a donor has finally been found! A 23 year-old woman is selflessly giving Jenny a priceless gift ... her stem cells.
Link to Jenny STRONG video
Jenny will be entering the hospital on Valentines Day (yes, the significance of this day is not lost) to begin preparations to receive new bone barrow. She is expected to be there 4-6 weeks. However, this is just the beginning of her journey as doctors have said it may take up to 1 1/2 yrs until she will feel like herself again.
Jenny has always had a servant's heart: Always the first to volunteer, the first to serve her community, the first to volunteer at the boys' school ... family and friends are always her priority. Let's now be the first to help her and her family. As you can imagine, the expenses are quite overwhelming.
Please consider helping this family in any way you can. No donation is too small. Thank you!
Link to Jenny's Caringbridge
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