A brief phone call from Eve's doctor revealed that there has only been minimal change in the size of the toomahs. Thanks to the MRI, it appears that the surgeon will not be able to save the right kidney, after all. Let's get this surgery over with. It's time to poop or get off the pot.
Tomorrow morning we meet with the surgeon for Eve's pre-op appointment. It is quite interesting since we still do not know exactly when her surgery will be, but I'm sure we'll get an email at least the day before letting us know when they plan on taking out her kidney.
In addition to Eve being in the approximately 5% of kids with Wilms tumor who have it bilaterally, she is also unusual in the fact that she has lots of tumors, instead of just a larger one in each kidney. So now she will be left with one kidney, minus a couple of dents from where those SOBs are squatting. And all this makes me think we might have to relive this nightmare again one day in the future. But, I guess we can always flip a coin to figure out which kid gets to give Eve a kidney.