Dr. C (Chernofsky is too long to type out every time.) gave us a comprehensive explanation of the situation and the course to follow: get stronger and do surgery in, say, the third week of Sept. This an "endometrial" sarcoma. It started in some uterine material left over from the total hysterectomy performed 24 years ago. Dr. C said there was some other tissue there too; she said "sarcoma." This is complex. My messages cannot be considered the absolute truth or "audit-able." Dr. C did say that this type does not respond to Chemotherapy. Therefore, no chemo currently planned.
We see the surgeon tomorrow morning. It's a follow up from the surgery. I'll report on that tomorrow.
Susan is up and active more each day. She is getting good nutrition. No supplements have been started. I imagine there will be some used soon. She takes naps both in her tilt back "Mazerati-grade" wheel chair and in her bed. We are still screening calls; it's hard on her to engage in chats. Messages via Email are easier on her.