Im not sure how to answer everyone individually. Maybe someone can
tell me. DUH. Im not a techie for sure.
I want to thank you for such a warm welcome. It means so much to me.
Since my surgery and chemo all but a few good friends and my brother seem
to be pulling away and believe me, Im not a complainer. Its almost like they
think they will catch something!!
To Pam.. I just love little bitty chihauhuas. They are so darling. I have always had sighthounds. Afghans , Greyhounds and now whipppets in my
old age. They are velcro dogs and stick to their humans like glue. Very loving and very fast. Love to hike. 2 of my whippets are therapy dogs and that is
a big help to me.
To Marion: Thanks so much Marion. I didn't know UK was doing another clinical study and I will look into it just so I know. I have been all over the place looking for info. I will continue to probe and Im hoping my surgeon
might have something up his sleeve since he is the one who suggested
adjuvant chemo right away. He is young and pretty much up to date on our disease. Just a matter of making him sit still long enough to probe him which I intend to do as soon as I have my first CT scan.
Thanks so much for the links. I will look at them. My hep B and C are not
active; but, you certainly have a point about the chronic inflammation and I will speak to my gastroenterologist about that. I was hoping to get treated with interferon when they discovered the tumor. I didn't realize that I could still be treated. No one brought it up to me.
I can't tell you how much I appreciate everything.