Firefighter Boothby going home after treatment for aplastic anemia

Press release from Alachua County Fire Rescue

Alachua County Fire-Rescue is pleased to announce that our firefighter, Brandon Boothby, will be being discharged from UF Health today. Many of you have been following the story of Firefighter Boothby, who in February was diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia. Since then, Brandon has been though chemotherapy, a life-threatening situation with a Staph infection in his sinuses, and a bone marrow transplant from an international donor. Brandon has stabilized and his bone marrow transplant was extremely successful and he is being discharged home to where he can continue his recovery. We congratulate Firefighter Boothby on this milestone and continue to support him on his road to a full recovery.

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      • Mr. logical, did you check his link? It’s a government site. This is not a conspiracy theory. You were probably dumb enough to take the clot shot. Put your
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        A superhero.

    • You keep the info coming Harold…we know the vax
      Shot is crap. I just saw a current report from Minnesota that 70% of all
      Covid hospitalization cases and deaths are from people that were
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  • Congrats on your recovery Brandon! Can people just comment on Brandon and keep your opinions to yourself?

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