Saw this on FB this morning and thought I'd share it. I'm not an emotional or weepy gal, but with everything going on at Casa Prytz, I did feel a catch in my throat.
Here's what's going on:
This happened on Monday: An 11 hour day today. Bob had labs and a Bone Marrow Biopsy in the AM and in the afternoon we saw the Medical Oncologists. From the tests they did last week, they know that the mass is in his abdomen and in his chest. That means it's at least stage 3, but may be stage 4 depending on today's biopsy; the results may take 2 weeks.
But chemo will start on Wednesday. Bob will be hospitalized for 3 or more days to determine his reaction to the chemo. They are trying to tailor the chemo to his cancer and his other health problems, like his heart and kidneys are not fully functioning. After that the chemo will most likely be every 3 weeks, for 3 days in a row. Sharon met us at Loma Linda today. It's great to have wonderful daughters.
And, today, we're waiting for a phone call from LLUMC to tell us they have a hospital bed available for Bob. We were warned the call could come anytime in this 24 hour day. I hoping for noonish, so we can get this ball rolling. Keeping my fingers crossed.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing my life with me,