That is what Peg was offered yesterday. She and Lee met with Dr. Fong at Sloan Kettering and he feels she is a good candidate for surgery. It is surgery that will give her the best chance at being cured so surgery it will be. The sound of Peg's voice after she left the doctors office and told us the news was positively joyful, through tears of course, but joyful.
There is more to it than just operating and magically the cancer will be gone but now she has hope and a plan which is what Peg has wanted.
My dad said he feels a miracle is in the making. Part of that miracle is our family friend, Dr. Miller. He been instrumental in getting Peggy in to Dr. Fong at Sloan Kettering. He has guided Peg through every process, explained things in lay terms, and peppered it with a little spiritual guidence.
Since Peg has gone back on chemo her hands hurt so she did not want to type today but wanted to let you know how things went. She is back home and will be planning out the course that will take her back to Sloan for surgery. Details, details, details. As soon as she is feeling up to it she'll be blogging once more in the raw, colorful, and heartfelt way that only she can.
Please keep praying for Peggy's complete recovery.