Sorry I'm so late posting about last weeks chemo, but everything is still going good. White blood count was still good, in the 3,000's which is good and my dad's weight was still stable. He has been doing really good with keeping weight on, many people have a hard time not losing a significant amount of weight so we are proud of him for that. He is the same weight now as he was when he was diagnosed at the end of August. The CEA result was a bit up since the last time that was tested; they only test the CEA every three weeks so we hope that in three weeks it will be back down again.
We had another great weekend and look forward to Thanksgiving this week. Even within our circumstances, my dad always says he wouldn't trade his life for the world. He knows that he has an amazing support system through friends and family. We have so much to be thankful for and will definitely enjoy being thankful this holiday season.
I will be posting again tomorrow after tomorrow's chemo treatment. He will see the doctor again tomorrow so hopefully we will have some more good news.
Thanks to all of our followers.
"You gain strength, experience, and confidence by every experience where you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing you cannot do."
Go kick that cancer's butt tomorrow dad!
My dad: My Hero