1 month ago
Saturday, May 22, 2010
I wake up and Kathy LeClaire is here. I reach out and grab her arm and won't let go. She reads scripture and sings. Graft hasn't happened yet. They say that a marrow transplant is slower than peripheral cells. Add the chemo two days following transplant to blast donor aggressive T-cells and that slows down graft further. "You are doing great," the doctor tells me again this morning during rounds.