Life is certainty an adventure. One that rarely disappoints. That is, if you life long enough to live through it. If you’ve been following my blog for any length of time, you should know by now that I am cursed with the dreaded “C” word, Cancer. I have what is known as CML. Chronic Myeloid Leukemia. I was diagnosed with CML back in February, 2014, Valentines day to be exact. Since my diagnosis, I have been on three different types of oral medications, the preferred form of chemotherapy for this type of Leukemia. Each one with it’s own faults. With each medication, it would start off working but for some reason the med would stop working and I’d be left with months of trying different dosages trying to find a happy medium. When this last drug bit the dust, my oncologist gave me the dreaded news that he would be deferring me to another oncologist, one who specializing in bone marrow transplants. At this writing, I have an appointment this Friday with an oncologist at another hospital. However, this doctor is not part of the transplant team. So, I’m somewhat concerned as to why I’m seeing him.
This is the end of Part 1. Part 2 will come after the meeting with this new oncologist. If things go according to the way I think, I will be going through the transplant soon. I’m not sure when but I know it will be soon. Donors will have to be found, tests will have to be run and so forth. I will keep this blog going as long as I feel like blogging. Pray for me during this time.
My thoughts are with you, Tim.