Madison said she feels great.
"Awesome, like, I don't really know how to explain, like 'cause, I like, never felt like this in my life. And it's like, kind of weird saying, like, yeah, I went through that," said Madison.
Doctors see no evidence, so far, that Madison has sickle cell or lupus. But this is the crucial time. If she can get to the two-year mark without rejecting Jasmin's new, healthy bone marrow cells, they most likely will become her own.