The End of a Long Day

Thank you for the hours of prayer.  The end to a long day is finally here.  We got to the hospital at 7:00 AM and left at about 8:30 PM.  It took over four hours for them to treat all eleven spots.  Jane did really well and is happy to be back at Mark and Graces to get some sleep.  We are looking forward to sleeping in tomrrow. 

The Outcome

We won’t know the outcome of the treatment until Jane’s next scans which should be some time in January.  The doctor was pretty confident that the spots would shrink or be gone as a result of the treatment. 


The staff at UCSF was great.  The nurses, Lisa and Debbie, took really good care of Jane throughout the day.  They made sure she was comfortable.  Dr. Barani, the radio-oncologist, did a great job of keep us informed each step of the way.  It was easy to see that he likes his job and working with people. 


Jane is resting  now and will probably require a good amount of rest.  She is looking for the DVD set of “24” to borrow, “everyone loves that show!” She has not seen it and will be out of commision recouping over the next week or so, it’s a great time to watch something like that since she won’t be able to do much but rest.  It helps to pass the time.  Please keep us in prayer as we make our way back home and Jane recouperates.




4 thoughts on “The End of a Long Day

  1. We love you and are prayingfor hope, happiness, healing, and God’s gentle hand on you, Jane, and the boys. Much love to you both!

    Dave, Theresa, and Darian

  2. Praying the scans show all the tumors are gone!
    Praying for rest, energy, peace and joy! Praying for some amazing family time during the holidays.
    Blessings to you,

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