After too many blood draws to count, and on the day when Soren actually reminded us to apply his lidocaine cream 45 minutes early, Soren’s “robot part” (his name for his access port in his chest) prevented a good sample. Of course: to remind, his white count dictates whether we resume chemo tomorrow or wait still longer.
So we’ll head down to Children’s tomorrow and cross our fingers that the team can reboot the robot part, that Soren’s weekend naps and renewed cheer is matched by his blood values, and resume the good fight.
(and maybe a solo room or great roommate? please?)