Evan has his first day pass from hospital after the bone marrow transplant. He is locked off from his drip, goes home for about 10 hours and then returns in the evening to be reconnected to the drip.
It’s now five weeks since Evan had his bone marrow transplant. So far there have been no host-versus-graft symptoms, with the only problems being fevers.
Today was the six month anniversary of Evan being re-admitted to hospital following his leukaemia relapse. The nurse said he now holds the record for the most number of files in the hematology ward.
Evan recovering three weeks after the bone marrow transplant.
Evan has bone marrow transplant at Westmead Hospital. It is a minor procedure after all he has been through.
After the chemo Evan decides to cut his hair very short and get a car. Not bad for one day!
Evan Hill is in ward C5A having chemotherapy in preparation for his for his bone marrow transplant.
Evan had been re-admitted to Westmead Hospital following a leukaemia relapse. This time the only option is a bone marrow transplant. This will be preceded by rounds of preparatory chemotherapy.
Following a blood test last week, Evan was admitted to the Haematology ward at Westmead Hospital for chemotherapy treatment.