A Day In The Life......

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Counts Up To 1!

Karl's whites are up to 1- he has to get to 1.5 to be considered cleared for home. YEAH! He's feeling a lot better, walking without assistance and eating his favorite foods. Oncologist believes the Cisplatin built up in his system- long acting chemo drug to cause this long stay.
In other news of note, we were happy to hear the FDA approved Athelios, a sunscreen that has been available in Europe, Canada Australia for years that fully blocks the UVA rays. We get it on the internet from Canada for us and I highly recommend you look out for it in the stores soon! It's very effective, as I have spent days in the carribean out in the sun without getting any color with this stuff on. Karl lives on this applying it daily.

L'Oreal's Anthelios SX over-the-counter sunscreen has been approved by the FDA and now is available in the U.S. The sunscreen has an ingredient that specializes in blocking ultraviolet A rays that are linked to some cancers, and it has been available in Europe for years.

He loves all the messages you guys are sending his way, his cell phone chimes when he gets them and he loves to read them.send an email to 2146810172@vtext.com. It's free! It can be simple like, "keep the fight" or "thinking of you" etc. If you want to use your txt messaging on your phone you can also send it to his cell number 214-681-0172.Thanks... the little things are the most powerful!


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