The doctor told Anthony today that he is going to have to start chemotherapy again and this time the intensity will be greater than before. He will receive it in 2 hour increments and the intensity of that 2 hours will be more than the entire session he had before.
We will find out more about the bone marrow transplant on Monday when he meets with that specialist. We hope that they will find one of us to be a match for the transplant quickly because the doctor said Anthony will be receiving this type of chemotherapy until he can receive a transplant.
Anthony keeps his optimism when he said, "Maybe one day I won't have any hair on my body- then I will be awesome at the 'slip-n-slide'. "
A special thanks to Andrea, Amanda, David, Lacey, Sheila & Marvin, Joe & Sarah, Kate & Ryan, Stacey & John, Robin & Eleanor (and Company), and Lee for your generous support.