We got our schedule for Oct. 19 at Johns Hopkins - what a busy day that will be!
- 8 a.m. - Labs
- 9 a.m. - meet with Susan Sartorius, the nurse who's organizing the study
- 10 a.m. - meet with Dr. Evan Lipson, melanoma specialist
- 11 a.m. - meet with Robert Gray, a nurse in the Weinberg Cancer Center (not sure what for ...)
- 12:40 - CT scan
- 1:50 - MRI
- 2:20 - Tesla MRI
Don't ask me what it all means, or who's going to do what. I only know that it will be a long day - we will leave home by 7 a.m. and not return until sometime during the afternoon rush hour. And, that Robert will get a thorough going-over.
Luckily, Loren will most likely be available to come visit Chewey - if not, we'll figure something else out.
If we still have any energy, we'll go to the Kehila adult oneg that night - the speaker is a Kosher baker with a new cookbook, and I'm not sure we'll be able to resist!
Believe it or not, I'm looking forward to this. Crazy, huh? It's amazing how a good scare can keep you focused on what's important in life!