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Stephanie Schoenberger

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What a road it has been! Tomorrow is the big transplant day!! I am so thankful to be getting my stem cell transplant, and celebrate my new birthday, as they keep calling it at the clinic. I’m thankful for all the help and support to get us this far,

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Hurry Up and Wait...

It’s been an oddly normal week in our house. I’ve felt pretty normal, which is nice! We’ve been living the regular rhythms of life, as we wait for the next cycle of chemo to begin. We’ve been enjoying family time of playing games, going to get

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Feeling the Love

So many of you have been praying, bringing meals, dropping off care packages, and sending things in the mail. I may only see you on my doorbell camera, on video chat, or reading your notes, but want you to know I feel all the love and support! I look forward

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Cycle Two is Wrapping Up

The "course B" of the Hyper-CVAD [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyper-CVAD] chemo wiped me out. At the beginning of the cycle my bones ached, and for the rest of the time I barely wanted to get out of bed.  Slowly but surely I’ve gotten stronger and more energetic.

Cycle Two is Wrapping Up
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Prayer Requests and Praises

Prayer Requests * That the blood infection antibiotics continue to work well. * Getting in a new picc line goes smoothly (most likely on Monday), they had a lot of trouble finding a vein last time. * Lots of trouble swallowing pills right now. * Possible discharge on Monday afternoon -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Praises * Visitor restrictions

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What a Friend We Have in Jesus

I’ve been thinking of the lyrics to this song quite a bit lately. During this battle so far I have felt so much peace and support from people’s prayers. I’ve also been feeling how light Jesus’ burden is, as I know he’s with me every step

What a Friend We Have in Jesus
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Latest Updates and Prayer Requests

So they found out I have leukemia cells in my cerebral spinal fluid. The doctors want to be aggressive about tackling that, which means extra lumbar punctures, testing,  and treatment. I’m glad they’re testing it early and often to attack the leukemia there, too. We were encouraged that

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Some Updates From the Week

We’ve had a busy week of outpatient visits since coming home from the hospital. We are getting to know our way around Seattle Cancer Care Alliance pretty well. On Tuesday I had an appointment for a blood draw and to get a shot to boost my white blood cells

Some Updates From the Week
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God is Answering Our Prayers

We’re getting ready to wrap up on my first inpatient hospital treatment for Leukemia.  Here’s some of the prayers that we’ve seen answered so far: * Visiting hours were 11-8, not for 1 hour like my paperwork said, so Brandon has been able to be with me during

God is Answering Our Prayers
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Here I raise my Ebenezer, hither by thine help I’ve come.

We spent some time last night thinking of all the things God has brought us through. I have quite a stack of cards that I’ll take with me, to remind me how faithful God has already been. Most of those situations I didn’t see any good options, but

Here I raise my Ebenezer, hither by thine help I’ve come.