On May 19, 2015, Jennifer was taken to her primary care doctor because she was pale, tired, and just wasn’t herself. He sent us to our local hospital for overnight observation, with in 2 hours we were headed to Egleston. She was life flighted because her blood count was so low. She had developed a heart murmur from the lack of blood in her system. When Jennifer got to Egleston they put her in the PICU gave her 4 blood transfusions and 3 platelet transfusions. On the 20th of May, 2015, she was diagnosed with ALL.Jennifer loves cheerleading and spending time outside.
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