I received my second dose of Erbitux on Wednesday. The Irinotecan was dropped due to the severity of the side-effects. It may be tried again later. We will see. As of today I am feeling fairly good so hope that this regime will be tolerable. I do have the "Erbitux rash", an acne-like rash, on the chest, shoulders, back, face and scalp. It itches and is a little unsightly but is otherwise managed well with lotion and antibiotics. Moderate fatigue.
The Christmas boxes came up from storage last weekend so it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas around the condo. Robyn will be home for Christmas, Brandon will be visiting, and my sister Beth and her friend Colin will be joining us from New Brunswick for New Years! Yeah! I'm already filled with the Christmas spirit!
Pollock Family Christmas Blog
Last year I started a "Christmas Blog" in lieu of Christmas cards (which I always found too difficult to fit in with the busy Advent/Christmas church scene). It was a lot of fun so I invite you to visit there from time-to-time during the season. Pollock Family Christmas
Be well... Rob; in Vancouver
"The message of Christmas is that the visible material world is bound to the invisible spiritual world."