Update: Round 3 of ICE chemo

Geraldine recently completed the third round of ICE chemo and is currently at home regaining her strength. As with the other two times, she was in the hospital for three straight days as the toxin was administered to her. It really wiped her out for a while, and she is barely back on her feet. The last time, it took her ten days to recover. There’s simply no estimate for how long this time will take, but as always, your comments here are extremely motivational to her and really aid in the recovery process.

Also, we should have news of the costs on the double autologous stem cell transplant and its uncovered costs soon. Things may begin moving fast with her treatment. We’ll keep you posted. Until then, let her know that you’re thinking about her by clicking on the comments link above.

3 Responses to “Update: Round 3 of ICE chemo”

  1. 1 Mary Wilborn September 30, 2008 at 10:12 pm

    Hey Sexy Lady!! 🙂

    Get better soon, we have chocolate croissants to devour!!!! I cannot WAIT to tell you my “tupperware” pen story!!!!

    Love ya much!!!


  2. 2 Harvey Lynch October 1, 2008 at 12:01 am

    Hello Geraldine,
    I’m glad to hear that you are home again and regaining your strength. I can only imagine a tiny bit of what is going on for you, but I am very clear on the fact that I am with you in heart and mind. I have every confidence in you as you move through this process. More importantly, I am only one of many who send their wishes to you for a rapid recovery.
    This may not quite fit in this spot, but I’ll take the liberty of using this forum to wish Vivi a Happy Birthday! You are very important to her, your family at home, and the rest of us out here in web-land.
    Hope to hear of your progress.

  3. 3 Harvey Lynch October 1, 2008 at 12:09 am

    Hello Malcolm et al.,
    I know that this forum is for Geraldine, but I want to express my thanks to all of you who have built and maintain this web site. You have done a marvelous job that makes it possible for many of us to share our thoughts and offer encouragement. What you have done is an exquisite expression of your care for Geraldine. That care and the site are a great help for Geraldine, I believe.


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