Colin Loves Tractors Follow Colin's progress through treatment for a brain tumor

December 18, 2009

No Mo’ Chemo!

The last chemo precaution sign. This indicates the time of the administration and how long we need to properly dispose of diapers and so forth (48 hours after the drug has finished being administered).

The last chemo precaution sign. This indicates the time of the administration and how long we need to properly dispose of diapers and so forth (48 hours after the drug has finished being administered).

Well, it’s official: Colin’s I.V. chemo is done. He received a dose of vincristine Thursday afternoon at 3:22 pm. (more…)

November 22, 2009

This Tuna’s Not Going to Japan

Many years ago (well in excess of a decade), there was a magazine article about tuna fishing and the process of selecting the premium fish caught here in the North Atlantic that would fly to Japan. (more…)

November 20, 2009

Boomerang Boy

After days of struggling with the aftermath of chemo, Colin started to perk up a bit, so he emerged from the hospital after 25 days. (more…)

November 13, 2009

Chemoed Out

Colin is officially chemoed out. (more…)

November 11, 2009

Normal, Redefined

On Tuesday, only one day late, Colin is back on track with chemo. (more…)

October 29, 2009

Breakdown Lane

St. Jude is a superhighway of cancer care for children. (more…)

October 17, 2009

TPN at 10 P.M.

Friday was an eventful day for the whole family. (more…)

October 15, 2009

Putting the “P” in PT

Colin’s trip back to the hospital has been longer than we had hoped, though not for dramatic reasons. (more…)

October 11, 2009

Nadir Time

Colin enjoyed two nights at home, playing with toys and relaxing in the Target House. (more…)

October 9, 2009

Home Again

Tomorrow, we plan on bringing Colin home again. (more…)

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