Delayed doom

Minimal news to report, however, minimal is a good thing. We both anticipated doom and had feelings of "here we go again. We've done it before, we can do it again if we have to." A long ride on the emotional roller-coaster of medical treatments, trips to ER, needles, sickness, tubes and bags of chemo, blood tests, calling the nurses early every morning checking if he made it through the night, and so on.

Mantle Cell Lymphoma is not present. She curbed the doom, with blood results in great ranges and other indicator in check. Lymphocytes seem to be okay, although one is slightly enlarged but not alarming to doctor.

Dale's main oncologist is consulting with pulmonary oncologist for in depth analysis of the growth on the lung. Several scenarios were presented, but we don't have enough information to say what step is next.

Sleep well tonight.

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