Yes Cathy it is crazy, I thought the day would not come for Kenny to get his transplant. It's a new life now, you know really living ! He is doing great and we have so many to thank, you, Dr Chapman, all the Drs And cordinators and GOD for giving him this second chance. 2 young men in our area have lost their life just since we returned from the transplant, I so wish that we will see a better way to catch this disease so they can have earlier treatments.
Kenny is preparing for Fall harvest, feeling better every day. Who would have thought that?
As for Medicare , they paid their part, our insurance, BC BS paid theirs and we are just so glad.
By the way, even medicaid pays for transplants in Illinois for those that need it, it's only right that everyone be able to get medical care. In my view that is.
So yes, Kenny is doing great.