We spent most of the day at MD Anderson today. We talked with a few people about the clinical trial and got opinions on what to do. Robbie decided to do it even though it will be very intense with a lot of procedures, doctor visits, hospital time, along with heavy treatments. All this with no guarantee of success.
The study is only allowing 10 osteosarcoma patients along with melanoma, and cervical cancer patients. Melanoma has had about 30-40% success rate. They are hoping it will help osteosarcoma, but there is no way to know.
I pass the baton to Jim. He will have to take over appointments. Today was an optional training day at my new job, so I spent the day with Robbie. Tomorrow the rat race begins. I’m still in denial and that I’m returning to work.