Saturday, November 22, 2008
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Saturday, October 18, 2008
Chris' results from his biopsy came in today and the large lymph node is benign, which means its not cancerous. His biopsy was on tuesday and they took 5 samples out of the node, they said it is 50% larger than the rest, and there was another one that is slightly larger than normal. The nurse said that could be why he feels the pressure in his throat. He will go to the ENT doctor again for a followup and so they can work on a solution for this pressure. Thank you so much for all the thoughts and prayers for Chris, it means so much. I am just so thankful.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Second is Bethany (daughter of Scott and Molly, of Arie and Betty).
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Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Please keep lifting up Chris Wrathall in your prayers as he undergoes a needle biopsy of his lymph node in his throat today.. Also Corky's daughter and grandson from previous marriage as they undergo chemo treatments for cancer. Pray for God's healing hands on all of them. See Kim and Kay's blog for more info. God Bless All.
Friday, October 3, 2008
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Monday, September 15, 2008
Things were looking good, but not this morning. Kim had a bad night last night and had to go into surgery at noon. They removed about 10-12 inches of her intestine. The absess she had in there they think ruptured and that part of the intestine was perforated. So they removed that chunk and connected in again and sewed her up. She has an incision that is about 8 inches long going up and down the middle of her stomach. She's still experiencing alot of pain. They have her on a morphine pump so she can push it every time she needs it, or else it just gives her a dose every hour.