Dear Jose, "stable or no growth" is what we want to hear. That is actually good news. I sure wish that they could find something so that your Sister would not be so depressed perhaps what they are giving her for depression is not working. I am sorry about your Mom, you really have your hands full. My Mom lived to be 94 but had Alz. at the end. We never told her about Teddy, she loved him so much. After his Memorial my daughter, son and my brother and sister went to see my Mom. She had her radio on and 'our' song came on and my daughter said, "oh, that is Mom & Teddy's song". Well my Mom sat stright up in bed, looked at my daughter and asked, "who died? someone died? I know someone died". They just told her no one.
My point is that somehow they seem to know things way back in that dark tunnel.
Wishing for your sister to get better.
THANK YOU FOR LOVING ME! Teddy ~In our hearts forever~ATTITUDE is EVERYTHING
Any suggestion I offer is intended as friendly advice based solely on my own experience. Please consult your doctor for professional guidance.