Forthe next Month she will remain admitted to the oncology ward. Where she will undergo an aggressive chemotherapy regimen, then additional inpatient chemotherapy treatments and in the extended future a stem cell transplant. Which will require a trip to IU Medical Center in Bloomington. As for right now we are going Day by day. Making her as comfortable, and loved everyday.
Megan and I have been married 4 years and together 6. She is the love of my life. Our road has been rough with her health, but there’s no doubt we have always grew stronger because of these adversities. Megan has always wanted to be a mother,but was always told she would never have kids due to her endometriosis. We were blessed in 2014 with our son. He is the twinkle in her eye. Besides being an amazing mother, Megan enjoys time with our family, concerts, dogs, and relaxing.
Any financial donation you are able to make can help. We will use it towards medical bills & treatment, transportation & lodging for family, meals and countless other unknown expenses this road will bring. We truly appreciate your support during this difficult time.
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