Driviel Drone, Tues. Oct. 4 th, 2011:

Tumor news:

  • My tumor is NOT HER2 receptive, it was only a 1+ on s scale of zero to 3+
  • so I will NOT be doing the clinical trial.
  • I will be starting weekly Taxotere on Friday at my regular oncologist in Wichita for Palliative Care.

Focus  will be on saying “good-byes” and pain  relief.

  • We will see how bad the  side effects are; hopefully, because the full dose once a month was not dragging me down, I still have enough reserves.  The Dr. did say once that I had exhausted my natural reserves of good health just around the time of the  Tipping Point.

Pray:

  • Taxotere will be  available,
  • Taxotere will be effective,
  • Tumors will shrink,
  • therefore, less pain,
  • possibly longer life span.
  • make the 33 1/3 celebration
  • complete the Sand Creek art exhibit by the 24th of Oct.
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One Response to Driviel Drone, Tues. Oct. 4 th, 2011:

  1. Pasha Sidhu says:

    Dear Ms. Wiebe,

    I attended Woodstock School from 1990 – 1996. In 1996, I took the yearbook class with Tom Kidder and yourself. I didn’t get to know you very well, but as most people who have gone to Woodstock would probably agree, you don’t forget the people you meet there. I have been reading your posts and wanted to let you know how very sorry I am for the disease that has afflicted you. I have been so impressed with the way that you are dealing with your illness and how you manage to keep on going and stay so engaged with everything around you. I pray that you are able to have many more good and pain free days.

    Warmest Regards,x
    Pasha Sidhu (Class of 1996)

    Dear Pashu,

    Thank you for making contact after all these years. I too, remember Mr. Kidder fondly in Yearbook class. Thank you so much for your encouraging comments and your prayers.

    Warmly,
    Mrs Wiebe

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