Tag Archives: DLI

Living with Leukemia

It’s been many weeks since we provided an update on Deb’s health and her battle with acute myeloid leukemia, one of the most challenging and low survival rate cancers.  For the past weeks, we have been waiting for results from … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

As I celebrate Mother’s Day this year, I am grateful to be in CA supporting my amazing daughter Deb in her ongoing battle against leukemia, while I dearly miss my equally amazing daughter Chris and my delightful grandchildren, Carly and … Continue reading

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Revisiting the Hospital

One thing Deb really hoped to avoid was going back into the hospital.  For the past 7 weeks at home, Andy and I have done everything we could to keep that from happening.  We’ve made sure that Deb receives all … Continue reading

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Donor Infusion

Andy and I and Deb’s friend Christopher went with Deb today to Stanford, where she received her donor lymphocyte infusion (DLI) as an outpatient.  The lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell, were collected from Deb’s original donor, Mr. International, … Continue reading

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Looking for the Silver Linings

Thanks to everyone who has been sending me positive energy toward healing my asthma and leukemia. Many of you know that I nearly died on the CT SCAN table at the end of January. I was brought back to life … Continue reading

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