Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Judy Update

Judy had her eighth and final chemotherapy treatment yesterday. Since the doctor has already said she's in remission, we hope we'll now be traveling to MD Anderson much less often. We'll have to go for various tests, of course, but the worst is over. Okay, not quite. There's still the sickness that comes after chemo to get past one more time, but we've dealt with that enough now that it doesn't scare us. Thanks to everyone who's been so supportive while we went through this. Now we can concentrate on our next big adventure.

12 comments:

  1. Todd Mason9:37 AM

    Congratulations to her and to you all...and good luck going forward...

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  2. All the best to you both.

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  3. I'm glad to hear this, Bill. Good luck.

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  4. So glad that Judy has reached this milestone!

    I know it must feel good to be at the end of this set of treatments rather than at the beginning.

    I hope that each day she will feel better and better!

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  5. Thanks, all. It does feel as if a big load has been lifted off us.

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  6. Yay! Hope all continues to go well. I'm still in the "watch & wait" stage so haven't had to face the chemo yet.
    The periodic CT scans, blood tests, etc., will sure be much easier on both of you than what Judy has gone through.

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  7. Watching and waiting sure beats chemo! Let's hope you can watch and wait forever.

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  8. Anonymous3:54 PM

    Good news!

    Jerry House

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  9. I sure hope this will be the end of the road. Power to you, Judy.

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  10. norby6:48 PM

    Glad to hear it Bill-I'm sure that takes a big load off both of your minds.

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