As many of my clients are aware, I returned to college a few years ago to acquire my bachelors in nursing. I have found myself in many forms of continuing education my entire adult life and I was eventually lead to nursing school to better understand the medical side of skin care and permanent cosmetics. Little did I know how important the knowledge of nursing school would help navigate my family’s needs. When my 15-year-old daughter was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemi
My 15 year old daughter got an infection in the hospital in July 2013. She got necrotizing fasciitis, aka, "Flesh Eating Bacteria", while in the hospital. It changed the course of her treatment plan. We are rapidly proceeding to a bone marrow transplant due to her massive wound in her right thigh. We will be in Ft. Worth for a few months for a bone marrow transplant and skin grafting reconstruction. After she is healed, I will be back to work ASAP. Thank you for your patience
To all of my clients, I want to share with you the journey we are on. Friends, I wanted to provide an update for my youngest daughter. She was diagnosed with acute leukemia today. We have a really difficult battle ahead of us. AML is a curable form of leukemia but is treated very aggressively from the beginning. I understand we are in for a difficult and bumpy ride. We are overwhelmed with all of the kind texts and private messages.