Susan Needs A Lifesaving Stem Cell Transplant
Many of you are aware that Susan Flanders, a wife, mother and nana of 4 grandsons, is battling an aggressive T-Cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. As a longtime resident of Westminster, you may have seen Susan around McDaniel College where she works as a catering coordinator. Or if she isn’t at work, you can always find her at home taking care of her family and playing with her grandsons. Now it is our time to take care of her!
March 15, 2017
Hi Everyone! First off I wanted to thank everyone for their kind words and donations we’re off to a great start! I have a little update on Susan for you. Susan was admitted to the University of Maryland on March 1st to start her Stem Cell Transplant. Since then she has received a very large amount of chemo. On March 7th, they call it Day 0, Susan received her transplant. So since her chemo her white blood count number has gone to 0 which is what was supposed to happen. Now we are waiting for the stem cells to kick in and help bring her white blood cell count back up so she can be healthy and come home again! Her family misses her dearly, especially charlie (her dalmatian). Susan has been so strong throughout this whole process and we are so proud of her. We love you Mom! Also a special thanks to all of the staff on the transplant unit, mom has nothing but kind things to say about their care throughout her stay there. It looks like it is going to be a little while longer before Susan can come home, but we will keep everyone updated on how she’s doing. Until then keep spreading the word about our HelpHopeLive site for Susan so we can keep receiving all these amazing donations to help pay for Susan’s Life Saving Transplant. All of your kind words and contributions really mean the world to us! Sincerely, Erin Flanders
March 29, 2017
Susan your bravery has brought you this far. The sun is rising for you❣In my heart I know you will beat this and with everyone's prayers you Will make a full recovery
February 16, 2017
Brave, strong and courageous. You will beat this Susan.
February 3, 2017
Including you, your family and your doctors & staff in my daily prayers. You 'got this' Susan!
January 14, 2017
Praying for a total recovery.