22 Oct '17, 2pm

ICYMI: John's caregiver, his sister Isabella, has huge responsibility to ensure his recovery. Find out more here:

In late August 2017, AAMDSIF paid a visit to NIH patient John Vasquez and his sister/caregiver Isabella, several weeks after his stem cell transplant for severe aplastic anemia . Here's what each had to say about what they're doing and how they're feeling. If all goes well, they will be heading back home to San Antonio by February of next year. We’ll be updating their story here each month! John Vasquez Stem cell transplant patient How are you feeling now, about two weeks out from your stem cell transplant, and what are you hearing about your recovery? At first there was a lot of pain from the transplant conditioning, and it really took around a week and a half for this pain to recede. I had very little appetite. There still is some back pain, however. But now I feel a lot better, eating solid food, getting back to some physical activity—even if small things like getting o...

Full article: http://www.aamds.org/patient-chronicles/john-vasquez-0

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