I’ve been perplexed on how we could mark this one of mom’s bucket list since I first read it. This year, we have found our answer.
To the family… hearing the words. “It’s cancer,” for the first time. There’s no judgment in making sure you’re healthy so you can keep fighting alongside your child.
Most people have no problem breaking down thiopurines. A small percentage, have almost no ability to break down these medicines.
Still in-patient. Her pre-BMT appointments are still being done, so hopefully we can remain on schedule for her transplant.
You never know when the effects of your cancer, your chemo, or anything else will hit. Therefore, she’ll be inpatient while they seek answers.
Preliminary lab results and CT scans look good, still unsure of the cause of today’s episode. They’ll keep observing and drawing labs to monitor her overnight.