Just an update
Mathew and Grace.

When my mam first got her MDS blood cancer
diagnosis, April 23′ her only treatment option was Chemo and 3 weekly
injections to help her haemoglobin levels and blood transfusions. It was 50/50,
whether chemo would improve her bloods or not.

She hadn’t made her mind up about treatment, and
by the end of August 23′ up to January 24′ she was in hospital for long stays
with a severe infection of a kidney abcess, which was reoccurring. She got
covid, a chest infection which led to fluid on the lung. She was very, very
unwell, and due to her underlining condition , it was hard to fight all of
those infections. She did have to have blood transfusions. However, she never
got a chance to start Chemo as she was too unwell.

She got home from the hospital in January this
year and thankfully hasn’t had to be readmitted.

She had an appointment with her haematologist on
Wednesday just past.

She said her MDS blood cancer is stable. So much
so that she doesn’t need any more fortnightly blood tests or transfusions at
the moment.

Her next blood tests will be June.
She said she was a MIRACLE ✨ her words a MIRACLE..

She said she was at deaths door at one point with
chest infection that led to fluid on the lung, but she recovered.

Not only did she recover from that, her
underlining cause of all the infections her high risk MDS blood cancer is now
at the minute not requiring any chemo.

May change in the future, but currently, she
doesn’t need chemo.

We defo have yourselves to thank for all of this
up to this point. We will still be working with yourselves to help keep my mam

It’s unbelievable and can’t thank you enough for
all your help and support.

You were always available when we needed you and
we will be forever grateful.