Hospital Day Six — The Point Of No Return

October 15, 2016  •  21 Comments

Mechanical building is prominent

 

I moved to the positive air-flow room (Positive ISO Only) in the afternoon after I completed my last Chemo, which gave me a new view. The stem cell re-infusion will take place in this room on Monday, because I have to wait at least 24 hours after the last treatment so I can get all the active chemo flushed out of my system. Now that the last chemo is completed, all my bone marrow will be killed, and now I have no choice but to have the stem cells re-infused, wait for them to take hold and rebuild my immune system.

 

Wider view looking south.


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Christine Robinson(non-registered)
Tim, good thoughts for a successful therapy! Christine
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Thanks, Janna! I'm really happy to hear you are following all this.
Janna(non-registered)
I haven't commented but have been reading about your daily journey. I'm praying that this aggressive therapy works and that your health will be restored. I like that you're keeping your sense of humor... Wiz :)
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Thanks, Bruce!
Bruce(non-registered)
After your deporting and reporting, I am praying for the best as you seek immunity Monday. Glad you can keep us all up to date here.
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