Glenn had a recurrence of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma last year and it was treated last fall. It became more aggressive so he underwent chemotherapy and was in complete remission this March. To celebrate, Glenn and Molly went on a trip and, when in Santa Fe, his right leg went out. Molly drove him directly to St. Mary's ER in Duluth and, after several weeks, a biopsy found lymphoma in the nerves and pelvis, causing multiple problems and extreme pain. He has undergone radiation and palliative care for pain, and is now in the Ashland Health and Rehabilitation Center, planning to move to the cabin as soon as possible.
In addition to the sadness and stress this illness has caused, it has also wrought a serious financial burden. Let's ease some of that stress for our friends.
Update, June 6: Glenn is moving to the cabin in Hayward with hospice care and family by his side. All of the recent expenses have been out of pocket; Molly and Glenn appreciate anything you can contribute.