Danny treatment update, part 2
Danny just couldn't seem to get a break. It was a real roller coaster ride for a while. He would seem to be doing well, and then crash back down. Then it would happen again. :-(
Monday the 15th, when he had chemo again, he seemed to be a... Read more
Danny treatment update
In the last blog I wrote about Danny and his treatment, I got to the end of the first week of the new chemo protocol. After that, I had high hopes that he would bounce back to his normal self quickly. Unfortunately, my hopes were not realized.... Read more
A lot has gone on with Danny and his treatment since I last blogged about it. I will hopefully get caught up on what is going on with him next time, but I thought Christmas was a better topic today.
This Christmas was a bit tough for me, s... Read more
First Week of Chemo
I have been very neglectful of this blog lately. Partly it's because I have had so much to do, what with Christmas, and partly it's because Danny's chemo hasn't gone smoothly at all, to put it very mildly. I will try to consolidate a whole lot... Read more
After an enjoyable, if brief, visit with our friends in New Jersey last Monday, Henry, Danny, and I drove to my mother's house on Tuesday morning. It was very good to see her again, even though she had aged in the two years since I had last see... Read more
Update from DC and parts beyond :-)
I just realized I am a bit behind in updating. After the last blog, I did speak to Dr. Whiteway, who confirmed that our DC/PA trip was a go. I am so relieved and happy and grateful to God and to all who have prayed for us and for Danny.
B... Read more
After a day of absolutely crushing scanxiety (cancer parent word), stomach in knots, crying at the least provocation, etc., I was soooooooooooooo relieved to hear (preliminary read by Danny's dad) that his MRI looks stable after the surgery. Th... Read more
Again I am having a hard time making myself post updates. I am not sure why. Perhaps it is that it seems worse to write stuff down. In any event, I am forcing myself, and maybe it will be therapeutic.
Sunday Danny and I headed to Houston... Read more
Update on Danny and me
I am really having to fight myself to post updates about Danny anymore. I am just so sad and discouraged that I don't feel like writing anything. Not that there is a lot of new bad news, but any is too hard for me.
Let's see...the Novarti... Read more
Tumor subtype results
After what certainly seemed like an interminable wait, I got Danny's subtype result. Dr. Whiteway called me Friday afternoon. There are four different subtypes: WNT (no idea what this stands for, but we all want WNT, since the survival rate i... Read more
Quick Danny Update
Danny came home from the hospital last night. He was pretty weak and tired, and I think, in retrospect, it would have been better if he had stayed one more night. However, he is doing OK. Henry and I took him to the clinic today, since they h... Read more
Danny had surgery on Monday to remove the tumor that was on his right olfactory bulb. The surgery went well from the surgeon's point of view, although Danny wouldn't agree. He has pretty much been miserable (his word) ever since he woke up
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Moi and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
I am sorry it has taken me so long to update about Danny and his MRI results. One can probably tell from the blog title that the news is not good. I have been shocked, stunned, overwhelmed, any other synonym for 'aaaaaaaaaaaaargh!' and I haven... Read more
I could say about MRIs the same thing that was once said about green eggs and ham: I do not like them, Sam-I-Am! Neither does Danny.
He had a regular, routine MRI Tuesday the 14th. He is generally a very cooperative kid when it comes to ... Read more
Friday's Fun Run
About my speed right now (pun intended)... Read more
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