Yup. Great health professionals, chemotherapy and prayer.
Here's what I posted last year on the fifth anniversary.
I could never quite figure why having your stem cells returned to you constituted a transplant, but that's what they call it.
Anyway, the idea is to re-build your immune system, after the high dose chemo has (hopefully) killed off the remaining lingering cancer cells. The side effect is that the chemo gives your immune system a drubbing, and hence the need for the stem cells - and they know what to do - isn't nature wonderful! - to rebuild.
Here's five years ago at Sloan Kettering. The precedure is very simple - like receiving a blood transfusion. I dozed off afterwards for a couple of hours, and Brigid said she enjoyed the peace and quiet ... What was she getting at?
or here - Transplant went well