Thank you for your patience as we sort through Mom's medical needs. We have rescheduled Dad's funeral to this Friday, March 28th, 2014. The memorial service will be at 11am a
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We are hoping many of you can join us for Dad's service. Sadly we have to delay it due to Mom's health. Yesterday she was rushed to the Ridges hospital with an acute infection
Dad died Monday of massive internal bleeding. He was cancer free but not tumor free and was in his 4th week of chemo-radiation to shrink the tumor. The doctors did everything
was scrolling through the journal looking for something and noticed "comments" under each - hadn't seen these before. So I read them and found this one REALLY early on, from
This deserved its own entry! Dad lost 50+ pounds since becoming ill. He has gained more than 20 since chemo stopped. We've been warned that he may have GI problems due to t
Yesterday Dad started the second phase of his treatment. He will be getting radiation 5 min from his house 5 days/week and wearing a chemo pack 7 days/week. This all goes on
Dad received the results of his body scan today: the tumor may have shrunk slightly or not at all. The next step is 5 weeks of 5 days/week radiation and 7 days/week chemo.
Sitting with dad getting his last big chemo treatment. There may be future chemos - or not - but they won't be nearly as aggressive. Next week is the big body scan that will