The surgeon just stopped in and to quote him the scan was spectacular, there is no visible tumor on the scan, he won’t say he got it all because of microscopic cells, but he got all there was to get. Also he said as far as he is concerned the surgery was a “home run”, I am afraid to say that yet for fear of jinxing it and know Con will need some intense PT to rebalance himself, he was just getting back to a better walk right before this surgery from the last surgery three months ago, but I will take that. We really needed this because we have about four months left on his protocol and as much as we hated induction chemo, consolidation is much worse, with harder drugs and much longer hospital stays away from Claire. The funny for the day was the anesthesiologist for the MRI turns to me and said is he the one with the rhabdomyosarcoma in the brain, do you realize how rare that is? I had heard about him. Well if I did not think it was rare before, which I did, I can not find a similar case, we sure do now because random doctors are interested in his case!