- NHL Treatment
- Hodgkin's Treatment
- Clinical Trials
- Monoclonal Antibodies
- Types of NHL
Lymphoma and Pets
Yesterday I also was given the second half of my IVIG infusion. I seem to have handled this well again. Sitting in the infusion room I realized just how lucky I am. So many people have bad reactions to infusions.
With me being more than three quarters to the magic day 100, I am very much looking forward to getting my life back on track. Saying this, I do have some big things coming up before that. I have my first set of scans since the stem cell transplant. This is scheduled for Wednesday, February 19th. We also are planning to start adjusting the doses of medication I am given to see if it brings on any signs of Graft to Host Disease. It is my understanding that we want to see a little bit of it but we certainly do not want me to get a bad case of it.
I am just so blessed with how well things have gone for me so far and I am so very thankful for all the support I have received from my family and friends. Especially a huge THANK YOU to my wife Sue, who has been there every moment of this journey with me.
I would like to wish a Very Happy Valentine’s Day to my wonderful wife.
My next appointment at the Cancer Center is Tuesday, February 18th.
Oh give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever!Psalm 107:1
More to come…