On November 11, 2016 Jennifer received an initial diagnosis of Leukemia. A bone marrow biopsy confirmed the diagnosis and identified it as Acute Myeloid Leukemia. She received chemotherapy and radiation treatments to achieve remission in March 2017. Also in March 2017 she received a bone marrow transplant from a then-anonymous donor (we now know his name is Jake). She remained cancer free for more than two and a half years.In December 2019 Jennifer had a bone marrow biopsy amid growing health concerns over the course of the last several weeks/months. On December 16, 2019 we received news that the AML had relapsed.Jennifer has been readmitted to The James in Columbus to fight AML once more.Your continued prayers and support are appreciated!