Omaha, Nebraska 2021-09-21 08:44:22 –
Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV) —September was a special month for a couple in Indiana with a connection to Omaha, and the story of their raw faith and patience is now a complete book.
Shauna Lockett recorded her husband Jeff Lockett’s cancer experience, including a long stay on the Nebraska Medical Campus.
The couple acknowledges the achievements of a Nebraska medical doctor for saving Jeff’s life.
In the summer of 2015, Jeff Hockett had already been diagnosed with the blood cancers lymphoma and leukemia, and his health began to deteriorate.
“When doctors come in and say there’s nothing more we can do, we need to talk about end-of-life care. We said,” No, this isn’t the end. “
“I exhaled from my lungs. I’ve heard that my best friend, my husband, can’t live anymore,” said Shauna Pockett.
From Bloomington, Indiana, Jeff and his wife, Shauna, have already traveled to Omaha many times in search of feedback from Dr. Julie Bose, a Nebraska medical hematology expert.
After receiving the news that Jeff’s lifespan wasn’t that long, they found a medical flight to Omaha that day and ended up in Nebraska medicine.
“We feel like God has coordinated it all,” Shauna said.
Shauna recently wrote a book, Very beautiful bloodAbout my husband’s journey from diagnosis to when the cancer is officially gone.
Upon arriving in Omaha, they knew Jeff needed a stem cell transplant, so after two months of chemotherapy to prepare his body, he was 100% matched with his brother Ben’s stem cells. Got it.
They credit Dr. Voss for passing Jeff through the exploiters and never giving up.
“Unfortunately, the doctor here wasn’t, so she was willing to fight for us,” Shauna said.
The couple stayed in Omaha from late July 2015 to January 2016, after which they stayed in Omaha months after the complications of the transplant.
Thanks to Shauna’s late father, a retired police officer at the time, the Omaha Fire Department was involved and gave them a place to live during their stay in Omaha.
“They moved us and provided us with beds, sofas, TVs, dishes, utensils, everything,” Shauna said.
Currently, Hockets lives with two dogs on a family blueberry farm in Indiana. They visit Omaha on a regular basis. Omaha is now called the second home. We want others to overcome similar hurdles, read books, and know that they are not the only ones.
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