Two rounds of chemo that could have killed Ted for the first two months. Almost lost him due to an infection in the picc line. Then again due to Cdif during his second round of chemo. Then In May , 2019, Ted had a bone marrow transplant. This has truly saved his life. He doesn't have to have maintenance chemo any longer. Goes to see the Doctors at the Indiana Blood and Marrow transplant clinic/Franciscan Cancer Center. He will see them again in Feb. 2021.
I pray that none of you have to go through such a time...I know many have, more than once even. My heart goes out to you. We are blessed and we know it. We had great drs, nurses and hospital staff. Our supportive family and friends. I thank each and every person who did whatever they could for us. My cup runneth over.