...and ground squirrels, included.
I googled some on immunotherapy and from what I read there are genetically only 20% of people who this works on well. It's newer--neither my lab guy, Dr. Kessler nor her nurse were familiar with it.
Basically immunotherapy uncloaks the cancer cells that hide themselves from your natural immune system so your body can see them and attack them. That's what I understand, anyways.
Leah and I had a long time together. Everything was running late and it was quite busy. My surgery was delayed an hour and a half. So glad I had Leah there for company and that we are all good again. :) :) :)
[Note: North Dakota is a republican state. Proof--FOX News on the waiting room TV.]The same surgeon did my port as had done my liver biopsy. Dissolving stitches inside and super glue stuff over thetop of the incisions.
[Note: I can't use the sauna until all the super-glue type stuff falls off naturally. Looked better after a couple of days (below), but I still have the glue yet--hard to see here because the light didn't hit it. Didn't hurt a lot after a couple of days.]