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It has been a very emotional few days since Chris arrived home from the hospital. Truthfully, I cannot make sense of everything that is going on, so I am just going to lay ou
... AT THE HOSPITAL!
Yesterday morning Chris complained of severe nausea, drastic and sudden vision impairment, overall weakness, and some minor disorientation. Just like las
Chris has been home for about 24 hours. He was discharged on an antibiotic called Keflex which he has now been taking for about 48 hours. While we are happy to have him out
So, Chris is back in the hospital, this time with a bizarre combination of symptoms pointing to two different unrelated infections -- 1) an internal infection between the skul
I have so much ground to cover in this update. Where do I even begin? I guess I will start with today and work backwards.
Today marks 14 days from Chris's initial surgery
Chris is doing well and everything continues to run smoothly here at Jefferson. The two abdominal surgeries went seamlessly and Chris is feeling pretty good. He got out of
The surgery is finished and Dr. Andrews just came out to speak to us. He said that everything went very well. He is pleased with the amount of tumor he was able to remove.