Caroline was diagnosed with Stage IV, High-Risk Neuroblastoma: an aggressive, solid-tumor cancer that spread throughout almost all of her body, including her bone marrow. She currently has no evidence of disease and has completed a clinical trial (called DFMO), which should reduce her chance of a Neuroblastoma relapse. She is currently a patient at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN; this blog documents her journey.
Monday, June 11, 2018
We have spent 27 of the last 28 nights at the hospital, and it looks like we are here for at least 1 additional night (maybe more). Caroline needs to be fever-free for the next 24 hours, maintain good blood and platelet counts, and be eating and drinking enough on her own before they will consider her for discharge. She is in good spirits, and her appetite is returning a bit, so we are cautiously optimistic. Please continue to pray for progress with recovery so we can get home ASAP!
Family Fun Party ticket link below- Thank you for all the support!