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Date:7/25/2014 1:54:31 PM
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Where do I begin.......
Good Morning, this has been the worst week so far, Trevor looks terrible, feels worse and there is absolutely nothing we can do to change that. This was suppose to have been the last week and Monday March 10 was to be the last radiation and chemo treatment. However, last week,Monday during patient review after blood work was taken it was discovered that his white blood cell count was VERY low???sometimes a result of large doses of Chemo? they said he could not have more chemo until that was better. So all the chemo treatments (4 more) have been moved back a week. Trevor had just about resigned himself to the feeding tube when his home care nurse told him there was another drug they could give him to help him with the pain of swallowing, even water hurts and solid food is out of the question, when he asked the Dr. told him to double up on the morphine and if that was not enough they would try the new drug, so with some glimmer of hope he held off on the feeding tube, can't say I blame him for that one. He is forcing down two or three Boost's a day, but that just is not enough. The morphine did not work, so he got the new drug, it is a patch and the first couple of days seemed better, but now, not so much...On the bright side Monday is his last radiation treatment and then he gets to "Bang the Gong" In the radiation waiting room there is a large Chinese Gong, and when you have had your last treatment you come out and you Bang the Gong, all the patients in the waiting area clap and cheer, cancer is like a club.....So, with Gods grace Trevor's blood will be good and he can have his last four chemo treatments and he can work on regaining strength and some normalcy to his life, thank you for the prayers, it means so much to have people that care and are on your side. Love you all, we left votes, Donna Lee
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