A bone marrow match was finally found. He and sister-in-law moved down to Rochester last week, to the Mayo Clinic, for the transplant and recovery. He's in the hospital now, getting immuno-suppression treatment. The transplant itself happens in a few days.
And yes, we're all rather twitchy. I can't help but be a bit extra-twitchy.
I was house- and dog-sitting when we first learned he had lymphoma.
I was house- and dog-sitting when we learned he'd come out of remission earlier this year.
Guess what I'm doing now? *wry grin*
Prayers and good thoughts would definitely be welcome.