Amber Reine Jenkins
Thursday 2 February 2017
Today Amber Reine Jenkins and Gina, her caregiver, arrived at Verona International airport and we took them to the hotel. We provided a list of the restaurants open on Sunday and Monday.
Treatment scheduled for Tuesday, February 2.
We also have provided Amber with Vitamin D as she has low levels to start treatment. We have also taken her and Gina, her caregiver, to the grocery store and provided a list of restaurants, other than the one at the hotel, where to eat.
Monday 6 February 2017
We accompanied Amber to the center of Vicenza to visit the beautiful Palladian city and look for nice places to shop and have coffee. We then took her up to see the Sanctuary of the Madonna of Monte Berico, so she could visit the church and see the amazing view of the town.
Tuesday 7 February 2017
Unfortunately, it seems like Amber has a stomach flu and probably some collateral effects due to the Vitamin D she has had to take in order to start treatment. We went to the hospital but, because Amber is sick, after careful consideration with the doctor we decided to wait a couple of days and start the treatment on Friday.
Wednesday 8 February 2017
Today Don, Amber’s husband arrived at Verona International Airport. We sent a car to pick him up and take him to the hotel.
Gina leaves on Thursday morning; she is taking a taxi to get to the airport.
Today Amber is feeling much better. We will pick her up tomorrow morning at 7.30 am to start the treatment.
Friday 10 February 2017
Today our Case Manager Davide Agostini has picked up Amber Reine Jenkins and her husband; the treatment has started and all is well.
The nurses and Dr Righetti initiated the infusion in the afternoon and, this time, it was 3 hours long. During the whole time our Case Manager Davide stayed by their side.
She is taking Tylenol to mitigate the side effects of the treatment.
Monday 13 February 2017
Today, our Case Manager Davide Agostini has picked up Amber Reine Jenkins and her husband; the treatment has started and all is well. The nurses and Dr Righetti initiated the infusion in the afternoon. During the whole time our Case Manager Davide stayed by their side. She has started to feel the first minor collateral effects, such as flu symptoms and joint pain. Despite that, she is tolerating the treatment quite well.
Wednesday 15 February 2017
Today our Case Manager Davide Agostini has picked up Amber Reine Jenkins and her husband; the treatment has started and all is well. The nurses and Dr Righetti initiated the infusion in the afternoon and lasted for 3 hours. During the whole time our Case Manager Davide stayed by their side.
Friday 17 February 2017
Today our Case Manager Davide Agostini picked up Amber Reine Jenkins and her husband for the fourth infusion, with another patient, Danielle Harpchak. The treatment started on time at 9 am and lasted 2 hours; when the treatment ended they went for a tour of Lake Garda and had lunch in a classy restaurant before heading back to the hotel.
Saturday 18 February 2017
Our Case Manager Cosimo went to pick up and check out Amber & her husband from the hotel at 6:30 am. The trip to Verona International airport from Vicenza takes about 30 minutes and the plane left at 9:00 am.
Our Case Manager Cosimo took them to Verona International airport where they said goodbye.
Meet is Ms Jenkins, she has had CRPS on her left foot for 1 year and 6 months before she found us, here is what she has to say!
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