As far as updates go, we are about 3 weeks post round one of induction chemotherapy for transplant which we hope will happen by the end of the year. Chemo went well and Curt only had to stay in the hospital for 4 days rather than the 6 we had originally thought. He had wonderful nurses, and quite the VIP suite.
|Grateful for great Nurses!|
Besides his flowing long locks, the most crucial and fragile cells relate to his immune system. Because his immune system is shot, it is often for his benefit that he does not come into contact with anyone who may be sick or have been around sick people. Think of him having a newborns immune system, except worse. Because Curt is so prone to infection even up to 3 weeks after his chemotherapy, his special appearances and autograph sessions will be limited in the coming months. It's not that he has resorted to a lifestyle of seclusion, but just has quite the
Today Curt goes back in for more lab work and a meeting with the oncologist which will decide when the next round of chemo will be done. Thank you again for the support you have shown our family. We couldn't get through this fight without each and every one of you!
|Goofing around as usual!|