• Bob Vlach, Woodford Sun Staff

Woodford County Library’s adult services librarian, Emily Saderholm, andher fiancé received an SUV


EMILY SADERHOLM has been transported to Indiana University Medical Center, where she’ll be treated and receive a liver transplant after being diagnosed with JAK2 genetic mutation. She’s now in IU’s organ transplant unit, her fiancé Michael McIntosh told the Sun. (Photo submitted)

In need of a liver transplant after being diagnosed with JAK2 genetic

mutation, Emily Saderholm has been transported by a private ambulance

service to Indiana University Medical Center, her fiancé Michael

McIntosh told the Sun in an April 5 email.

“At first they were going to air transport her, which would have cost us

$16,000 out of pocket,” McIntosh wrote, “but they found the Indy crew at

the last minute. The cost was much less.”

He said Saderholm is now in IU’s organ transplant unit. “She had a rough

day full of tests, scans and dialysis,” he said, “but is still stable.”

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