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Category Archives: liver
While yesterday morning brought news to rejoice over, the afternoon was a different story. Beth’s blood chemistry showed a spike in her liver levels. The concern is her bile duct is once again blocked off. An endoscopy will reveal the … Continue reading
Thank you so much for your continued prayers these past few days. We have “fallen off the radar” and I apologize for not keeping our readers up to date. Team Beth has been the backbone of our resistance to this … Continue reading
The visit with the clinical trial doctor went well. His name is Dr. Naing and was very encouraging. The trial he wants Beth to be in will use three different medicines, two of which we have used before and was … Continue reading
(This post was written and edited over several days. If you teach English, please forgive the breaks in verb tense. I didn’t want to go back and rewrite this a fifth time.) God continues to answer your prayers. For several … Continue reading
Thanks to computer hackers, the blog has been down for a few days. But it is back online and I am reposting some info that was lost. It has been a rather frustrating journey getting the doctors around to putting … Continue reading
The intense pain and elevated enzymes are the result of a blockage in Beth’s bile duct. It is possible that the cancerous spot is causing the blockage, but the ultrasound could not see what the culprit is. We have an … Continue reading
Beth needs your prayers this evening. Her blood work shows “elevated levels” in her liver functions. She has also been experiencing extreme abdominal pain that at times is out of control. Dr. McCollum (Dallas) has called off her chemotherapy scheduled … Continue reading
This week Beth will start a new regimen of chemotherapy. Over the phone, Dr. Javle explained what to expect. It is a different plan than what he talked with us during our appointment in Houston. The good news, for now, … Continue reading