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Sandi has pre-chemo baseline CT scan on Monday, and then should be starting chemo Wednesday. She will do a chemo infusion every 2 weeks for 4 sessions (8 weeks), and then we follow up with another CT to see what's happening. At that time, they may adjust chemo, or continue, or ??? We'll have to wait and see.


Each session will be probably about 5 hours long. Imaging Sandi sitting still for 5 hours isn't all that easy, so that'll be interesting. Between visitors, reading, and Netflix, hopefully she won't become too bored.


Something to pray for... The range of chemo side effects varies quite a bit, so let's hope that Sandi has an easier time than some.


-kb

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