|The whole crew at the airport
|On the plane, the part you can't see had two seats one for my mom and the other for our stuff!
As far as possibly having cancer goes, like I have said, we are just waiting to find out and we will go from there. The good news is the kind they suspect is very treatable and they have seen it a lot and had a lot of successful outcomes, I am sure I am in the right place. They are guessing it is a type of lymphoma that appears after transplant, usually in the first year or about 10 years down the road. Why those two times my doc has no idea. Anyway it is called post transplant lymphoproliferative disorder. Unfortunately there really isn't a pretty webmd version of what this disease is but apparently it is an over growth of b cells, since my t cells are being attacked by my anti-rejection meds. The good news is it is usually fully treatable and doesn't tend to come back. As far as what that treatment will be in my case, we will have to wait for the results and hopefully have some answers next week. Until then we wait (and eat in the few hours I can each day!)
Thats all for now folks