Before Friday's bone marrow transplant, Jeremy was getting ready.
Here he is under the radiation machine, which later earned him this:
He also has to take a LOT of pills (here's half his daily dose):
Including this giant one EIGHT times per day.
It's called cyclosporine and Jeremy says when you open the package it smells like skunk. It's used to suppress his immune system so it doesn't reject his sister's marrow.
Speaking of his sister, here she is! Melissa was bundled up and donating cells Thursday and Friday.
Today: Jeremy's mom Cheryl, Jeremy, his sister Melissa, and his dad Joe.
Thank you for all of your prayers and thoughts and support! Liz wrote today that this blog and Facebook page have "been an amazing outpouring of love and support coming from people (most of who we don't know) constantly sharing their love with us."