I haven't updated this thread in a wee bit so here goes. Hubby has beaten back a case of pneumonia and countless fevers in the last few weeks. This week if the blood work measures up he'll undergo another round of chemo. He only has three left.
An MRI at the end of the week will tell us whether we have good news or bad news to contend with.
He's undergone so far 21 rounds of chemo in the last two years with two surgeries that took half his liver and a good portion of his colon. If it's good news and things are under control then he'll go for another surgery when he gets his strength back to repair the mess that is his abdomen. If it's not good news then I guess we'll have to wait and see what's in the cards for him.
There is a young lady who has the same cancer he has that has undergone 67 rounds of chemo so far and she's still plugging along with hope for the future. What an amazing women.
We figured it out a few weeks ago that with the treatments the medications and the surgeries if we had to lay the cash on the table for it we'd have had to sell the house, and the car and most of the investments. I'd do it in a heart beat.....he's worth it.
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