I've been asking off and on why the docs don't try to reduce Danny's antibodies so he has a better chance of matching a donor heart. Mostly we're told that reducing them now will only mean they'll come back later. But newer and better medicines have come out in the last few years. Or at least they have been used by enough heart centers for our docs to get a warm fuzzy. So, Danny's checking in at Emory on Monday for 10 days to start a regimen of procedures and meds to lower his antibodies and hopefully keep them down. No guarantee's but name something that is guaranteed in this world.
I have to admit I am nervous, scared, anxious, even a little worried. Time to go play in my art stuff and relax.