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Week 25


rev.dennis

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Bloodwork Results

  • Potassium: 
  • Bilirubin(Liver Function)
  • White Blood Cells (WBC 4.0-10.0): .
  • Hemoglobin (HGB 11.5-16.0): 
  • Platelets (PLT 150-500): 

Transfusions

  • Blood: YES/NO
  • Platelets: YES/NO

Procedures

  • Lumbar Puncture: YES/NO
  • BoneMarrow Biopsy: YES/NO

Chemo

  • Methotrexate via IV drip (avg __min infusion): YES/NO
  • Vincristine via IV drip (avg 5min infusion): YES/NO
  • Pegasparagus via drip (avg infusion): YES/NO
  • Cyclosphomine: YES/NO
  • Cytarabine: YES/NO
  • Rituxan via IV drip (avg 4hour infusion): YES/NO
  • Daunorubicin via Syring (avg 5min infusion): YES/NO <--causes hair loss

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Today we learn that once you move from Short Term Disability to Long Term Disability that you loose your job, or at least McLaren Healthcare Provider releases you so you don't have a job waiting for you when you come back.  You'll continue to get your 50% pay until 2022 (so they say) but you don't have a job when you get better.  You can apply for a job, but you aren't guaranteed a job.  If you get a job, you don't carry over your seniority that you accrued over years of working.

Just another "F U" from the world of having cancer.

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