Monthly Archives: February 2012

All Done

Round 2 complete. Jackson handled this round like a champ. His energy level and appetite are still great. We are so proud of our tough little warrior. We are all happy to be home again.

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Off to Round 2

Off to Yale this morning to start Round 2 of chemo.  I love Jackson’s gangsta face in this picture!  What you looking at cancer?  Fuck you!

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Phili without the cheesesteaks

After several canceled appointments we finally made it down to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and met with Dr. Rochelle Bagatell.  It was very informative meeting and she patiently answered all our questions for over two hours.  I think we are

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Haircut Day!

Go ahead cancer…try to make our hair fall out!  We beat you to it!  Fuck you cancer! 

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Homeward Bound

Jackson and Meredith finally got released today after spending 5 nights in the luxurious pediatric ward.  Jackson’s fever is gone and his white blood count has rebounded nicely.  Unfortunately Jackson’s hair is starting to fall out due to the chemo…we’ll

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Midnight Express Back to Yale

Jackson’s numbers are at rock bottom today as it’s about a week after his first round of chemo. At this time, he’s very prone to infection due to the very low level of white blood cells. If his fever exceeds

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New Fashion Accessories Arrived

Just received a batch of wristbands to show some support for Jackson. The message is simple…Cancer picked the wrong kid to mess with! Fuck You Cancer!

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Busting Out!

We’re out of here!  Round 1 complete.  Let’s go home!  

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And so it begins…

Today we started round one of Jackson’s chemo at Yale.

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I wish I was back in NYC for some other reason

Today we visited Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.  We met with Dr. Shakeel Modak who is on their neuroblastoma team.  It’s nice to finally talk to an expert on this disease.

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