and thank you for your replies and informations.
I am very tired, because the all day i am with my Guy there, to help and watch out. Things are going better. The guys from the emergecy are amazing how good they are. Guy is treated with DALACIN (Clindamycin) for the Cellulitis:
But the fluid it was coming back. So they are giving to him also Burinex for the fluid and Clexane for the Thrombosis. His apetite is back ok. The anemia is still very much there but improving.
For his cancer, Guy has a team of 6 professors, all of them in the area of gasthroenterology and hepato-billiary areas of Onchology. 3 of them i know them by name:
Pr. Dr. Van Cutsem - gastroenterology - the big boss of all - so he is the superviser on the case of my husband;
Pr. Dr. Verslype - hepatobilliary area - our doctor of choice to comunicate, thinking out of the box - love him;
Pr. Dr. Prennen - hepathology; this one is with theclinical trials mostly.
Well they did a great job with Guy until now and they are still doing.
The problem is not with them but with their assistants, wich are not comunicating everything to the professors, not putting informations in the computer and they are taking decisions without asking or informing the professors. And like that mistakes were made, medication was prescribed - like Avelox. And after making mistakes they are gone, they have finished their stage in the department and other new are comming and taking from the begining. Some of them are correct and good interested to do their job, others are there just because their mom was wanting to have a doctor in the family.
And the second thing is that, here, the cancer it is not treated multidisciplinary. At least this is what we are experienced until now. It has to take alot of effort from the pacient that they are deciding to ask the opinion of an other medical discipline. I don't know anymore. Anyway, for my Guy i solved the problem. For others, let's hope. I requested that my husband to be evaluated and treated multidisciplinary. And they already started - Hemathology, Endocrinology, Genetics etc. etc. How manny times i had to beg them to do it, until i wrote the request, it didn't happened.
Ok, i hope you all are ok, people, and i would like to embrace you all - cause people like you are rare birds in the sky.
PS: About the second opinion we will have to wait, because of the anemia. Guy needs to recover first, before starting allover. But I am thinking MD Anderson endeed and also Switzerland.
Have a good time and God bless you all,