Good News!

Mom’s doing really well.

The pathology report was good, really good. The doctor said it was the best report you could have, given that there was cancer. Mom had me keep a copy of her report. I’m to get copies and mail it to people.

That doctor also said that he didn’t see any air bubbles when Mom coughed or took a deep breath. He’s not the one who decides when the chest tubes come out, but when the surgeon drops by (late afternoon/early evening) there is a good chance he will order them taken out, though he might do some testing first.

But we are both happy.

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2 Responses

  1. I am so glad for both of you!

  2. If they haven’t pulled those chest tubes yet make sure they give her the pain meds with it. It is not a fun experience!

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