Irene was informed @ UCSF today that the Primary Amyloidosis remains in remission. It’s obviously great news! 7 years ago this month she was physically challenged, hospitalized and ultimately told that gravest of news …. that she had 4-6 weeks to live. She’s defied the odds with a victorious and determined spirit. A stem cell transplant, great medical team, family & friends …. combined with grace of an amazing God have graciously sustained her.
The anti-rejection meds ….
…. and 22 year old female kidney in her body, far outweigh the 24/7 nausea/3 day a week kidney dialysis she’s courageously faced. Hopefully, a new season of HOPE is unfolding ….
THANKS …. for caring,
Those were the three protocols which defined Irene’s day following the rear end accident yesterday. Test results should follow in the coming days.
@ O’Dark Thirty tomorrow, March 20, we’re driving to San Francisco where Irene sees Dr. Lloyd Damon, her oncologist, @ UCSF for an examination and Primary Amyloidosis lab work.
@ O’Dark Thirty next Monday, March 24, we’re again driving to San Francisco where Irene visits her KIDNEY transplant team @ UCSF.
Thanks for caring,
“Because of the Lord's great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” -Lamentations 3:22-23