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Duluth Clinic-SMDC You’re FIRED!!!

Friday, September 29th, 2006

Oh what a headache they have been to deal with!

The Duluth Clinc is the place where we first went once we found out there was a problem beyond the care of our nomal doctor. Since going to Children’s Hosptial in St. Paul we have only been using the Duluth Clinic for CBC’s, Ana’s weekly blood counts.

So why am I saying they’re fired now if all they do/did now is her weekly blood counts? Well those counts are very important… They will show if she can go to school or not, and if her body can take another chemo treatment. These counts are very important and watched closely.


How the other children around Ana have reacted to her tumor.

Monday, September 25th, 2006

I’ve heard of two good stories related to Ana’s Brain Stem Tumor. This is as good a time as any to share them.


The end of week update…

Saturday, September 16th, 2006

After coming home early Monday with the “Chemo Flu”, she finished out the week just fine.

Tomorrow she starts her last week on Dexamethasone!!! YEA, the dose has been low enough recently that her face has less of the full moon look that she has had for the last month.

Ana also made a strong statement this week that she was not having school pictures taken until she has her old cheeks back. So she’ll wait till retakes if she isn’t ready on the 26th for school pictures.

Look forward to some pictures of the family from Yellowstone this next week.  My mother and father in-law have wanted to get us out there for some time now and they’ve said it’s time.  It was a long hard summer and we need to get away for a bit.

Ana and Nissa are looking forward to seeing the animals and the Mountains. I think Nissa is more excited about getting more of her National Park Passport filled up, she’s only been showing it to me the last couple days 🙂 For those of you who don’t know what this program is… They have this childrens program where you get a stamp and sticker for different national parks and stations you visit.  Last summer they got a nice start with their visit to the Black Hills in South Dakota.