As she puts up a HUGE fight against the MonSter, we send positive energy to Melissa Workman Egnor. Prayers sent from Almost Heaven, West Virginia.
Pluck Yew, MS!
As you know, I was originally approved for HSCT in Russia after several pre-referral tests. Then after my stem cells were mobilized and harvested, I complained of shortness of breath. The results of a CT Scan stopped everything. Chemotherapy was determined to be too dangerous at this point in the process. We are climbing through the metaphorical rubble. We have not given up due to a blast in the road. Once I see my US cardiologist for treatment then I will continue the HSCT process, God willing. This issue was a surprise to all of us. I am a shell of a human at the moment, which I hear is normal after this stage in the treatment. Thank you for your prayers.