Yesterday, General Hospital star John J. York began his stem cell transplant treatment. The 100 day process begins with 8 days of “heavy chemo.” Reportedly, York explained the risks that go along with the transplant and chemo. In the post below, General Hospital Blog shared details of John’s interview with the news outlet, TV Insider. The full article can be read by clicking on the box below, the link ⬆️.
Today is a new day/week, with new hope for the future. General Hospital news reports reveal that today is also John J. York’s first week of treatment.
General Hospital spoilers reveal that York’s long time co-star and friend, Kristina Wagner reached out to fans via X, the platform formerly known as Twitter. She shared a photo of John with his medical team as all three share the brightest smiles. Below you will find Wagner’s post with the photo including Dr. Kassim, and Medical Practitioner, Anne.
According to Wagner, the chemo portion stats this week while the transplant begins on November 17th. Please keep John, his medical team, his family and supporters in your thoughts and prayers.
Despite the smiles, York knows the risks that come along with everything from the illness to the treatment itself. “I’ll probably lose my hair, and that’s OK,” he told the outlet. “And, you know, there’s just all kinds of issues. I could, I could pass away. I mean, maybe not from the chemo, but when the transplant starts.”
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