I got the mail today, and the authorization for "Chemo" was there. Kind of hit hard. Was not looking forward to starting infusions, but reading the words "Chemo" brings me back to my reality. On the one hand, it is something I am anticipating, HOPING to get a semblance of my life back. The other side, sitting for hours getting infusions will put a damper on my life. Well, hope to start my loading series next Friday, we will see how it goes. Thank you everyone here for being here, you are my lifeline.
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