Things are looking really good with my counts and the infection risk is very low so I am told I will be sprung tomorrow, Friday, and be able the spend the weekend and the end of the Passover holiday at home with Jan. I will be provided an oral antibiotic for home to continue my recovery. People have sent in food and my adorable pregnant Rea is making chicken soup as I write. We are so fortunate to have so many people supporting us in so many ways.
I am deeply grateful for this stay at Sloan and am learning the ropes of this process by trial and few errors, Thank God. This is an efficient and caring cancer center with a professional staff and equipment that is state of the art. It is heartbreaking to see the havoc this disease wreaks on people’s lives but the endurance and hope for survival of each patient is powerful. Each day, I am thankful for the miracle that my cancer was found somewhat early and that because I was in great shape at the onset that I have the ability to go another round.