You seem like a great mother and advocate. Not sure if you till need help with this: To search for a user (it has to be their username), look at the menu bar at top of page and click on "User List"… then you can search for it from there. To search for a topic, say 'constipation', or even for a particular Dr, drug, hospital, treatment, etc, go to the 'search' icon at top of page and use that. It will pull up any posts with that word in it listing them from the most recent, but you can go way back in time if you just keep going to the 'next page'.
All the best to your daughter and baby grandchild. Being diagnosed with cancer is simply overwhelming in the beginning, but once she starts getting treatments, things seem to settle into a routine of sorts. Like Lainey often says "fright turns to fight".
My sister was diagnosed 15 months ago and is on her 3rd type of chemo. Started w/ Gem-Cis but it knocked her blood cells and platelets too low so they moved on quickly to radioembolization with Yittrium-90 microspheres, which did seem to help control the tumors inside her liver, though mets appeared outside her liver. Se moved on to Xeloda chemo pills which stabilized her for 4 months or so and just this week started Taxotere. She too does not come on the site out because it can be too sad and scary at times. I find it comforting to know more about CC, to be able to ask questions, seek support and know what to expect in certain situations.
Tiffany (search username Tiff1496) is the patient at MD Anderson Houston who the Dr may have been referring to as the person who accepted a 'tainted' liver in a rare but successful domino transplant. Her story is amazing and she is a young mother doing well after a long road with CC. Transplants are not common, but it is a wonderful goal that has not been ruled out permanently in your daughter's case.
Hang in there and God Bless you and your family. Willow