First day at nursery and an update on next steps

Today Eloise had her first (well 1 hour session) at nursery school!  A big milestone for any child, but for her, this feels enormous.  To have survived and to have been able to attend a nursery is incredible. We are forever indebted to the fantastic Rydes Hill Preparatory School and Nursery for everything they haveContinue reading “First day at nursery and an update on next steps”

Celebrating the end of treatment and a positive MRI result

Yesterday was a momentous day. We found out that Eloise’s latest MRI scan was all clear and Eloise got to ring the bell at the Royal Marsden to signal the end of all her active cancer treatment. Quite simply, this is a stunning statement and wonderful news. We are so grateful and indebted to soContinue reading “Celebrating the end of treatment and a positive MRI result”

Grateful for a holiday and no tube!

So Eloise had her last dose of isotretinoin chemotherapy on Friday 5th August. Half an hour later the community nurse took her NG tube out, as Eloise takes all the other medications orally and also is taking a supplement orally (alongside food – although this is still relatively limited in variety). Ending the final roundContinue reading “Grateful for a holiday and no tube!”

Early indications show that the scan is clear!

Late yesterday we got phoned by the Royal Marsden to inform us that although they don’t have the full radiologist report they still discussed Eloise at their weekly Neuro-Oncology Team Meeting. Mr Singh (Eloise’s neurosurgeon at St George’s) said he had looked at the scans and they looked “all clear”. We will still wait forContinue reading “Early indications show that the scan is clear!”