Dr. Bobs Adventure

We've created this blog for several reasons. First is to keep family and friends(including Bobs' pts.)informed of Bobs' condition while he undergoes treatment for Acute Myelogenous Leukemia(AML) at HUP. You may also write to Bob by posting a comment, which I'll print for him to read. Please feel free to pass this blog site on to anyone you think may want to join us.Instructions to blog are listed under day 12, and bobs' address etc are under day 14. Click on April Archives to find both.

Monday, October 08, 2007


the main problem is the shakes, although they are not as intense as 2 wks ago they still occur when you try and do something and can be very frustrating. we have not heard on the engraftment analysis, maybe by next monday.mo is working today so i can get into trouble. the light the night program appears tob going great; i will be there with a wheel chair. i hope to see a lot of old friends and taste some medicine. thank you for your prayers. bob


Anonymous Anonymous said...

.. I hope you got into some good trouble while Mo was away.. sorry the shakes are still there, but happy that they aren't as intense.. hopefully a little less everyday.. prayers continue..mdf

October 09, 2007 9:53 PM  

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