Evan had one of his regular visits to his specialist today, and the news was all good! It’s been 10 months since the marrow transplant and the donor’s immune system is now at almost full strength. This means he is no longer at risk from bacterial infection, and has only … Continue reading
Evan is discharged from hospital at 6pm New Year’s Eve.
Evan has been re-admitted to hospital with a fever, low blood pressure and irregular heart beat, probably caused by another stomach infection.
Evan has been released from hospital.
Evan has been re-admitted to hospital with a stomach infection. Cause unknown.
Evan is released from hospital. Intravenous feeding will continue, but the plan is to phase it out over the next month or two.
Evan has a new Hickman (intravenous) line inserted. However his doctors have decided not to resume intravenous feeding for the moment as he has been tolerating normal (but small) meals since last Friday. He is on day release between 2pm and 9pm and should be released from hospital at the … Continue reading
Evan is back in hospital with an infection in his intravenous line. It is removed and he will not be receiving any intravenous feeding until a new one is inserted next Monday.
After seven months, Evan was released from hospital on Friday 28th September. During this time he has spent two months in intensive care, undergone two rounds of chemotherapy, two stomach operations, a bone marrow transplant and many complications and fevers. Despite all this he is in good shape except for … Continue reading
Evan is running a mild fever, so he will remain in hospital for a couple of days for treatment. Hopefully day-passes will then resume.