Wednesday, February 20, 2013
He is looking well. We have decided to have another discussion with his doctor before proceeding. We want to know what other options he has, not only for diagnosis, and treatment, but for interpretation of the CT and what other tests can be done to determine if the slight growth is within the margin of error for the reading (which it actually is being only a millimeter's growth), or if there is indeed any activity within the cancer itself, or are we looking at inactive tumors?
Enough of that! We are so happy to be back on our shift! Yesterday was an unusually busy Tuesday as many students have this whole week off for what is considered "Ski Week". I had the best conversations over the low end of the Touch Pool with some very charming and inquisitive 3-year-olds. One little girl wanted to know if the Touch Pool made headaches. My honest answer was: only occasionally. Since no one attempted to remove any of the animals for closer exam, to scare a friend, or to taste there were no headaches yesterday.
In bocca al lupo. m & v