“Baby, I see this world has made you sad
Some people can be bad
The things they do, the things they say
But baby, I’ll wipe away those bitter tears
I’ll chase away those restless fears
And turn your gray skies into blue
There should be laughter after pain
There should be sunshine after rain
These things have always been the same
So why worry now
Why worry now”
Due to the 2 hour prechemo hydration and the 2 hour postchemo hydration (a continued effort to protect my kidneys), chemo will take around 8 hours today, tomorrow and Friday. I am confirmed to check into the hospital Sunday night and dr. De Vos said he will text me over the weekend, when he can confirm the time on Monday that I will get my T cells reinfused.
One last thing, my chemo nurse, Diamond, who has been with me for years (since I started CAL101 in 2011) told me this morning that she has never met such a selfless person as me. What a compliment to get.
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