4/1/2019 3 Comments
Hello Everyone!! Sawyer started his second week of radiation today. He has 7 am appointments Monday-Friday at Northwestern Memorial Hospital (which is connected to Lurie’s) and lab appointments twice a week at the Lurie’s HemOc clinic to monitor his counts. So far, he has been doing very well with his treatments, Sawyer has not needed any transfusions for either blood or platelets. He is not happy about having to get up so early and neither are we, but we are happy he doesn’t have to be inpatient right now. We do not have a definite number for how many sessions he will need but his radiation oncologist initially estimated that he would need between 4-5 weeks of treatment. Hopefully we will know more later this week
We also wanted to make sure everyone knew that Team Super Sawyer will again be participating in the Lurie Children’s Hospital Move for the Kids 5K. If you can walk and fundraise with us, we’d love to have you if not please consider donating through our team page. You can access it through the link here: Team Super Sawyer Move for the Kids 5K. We cannot say enough about this wonderful institution that truly is saving our kids lives! If you are able to please be generous!!
Thank you as always for your support! It means the world to us! Please continue to keep Sawyer and our family in your prayers and intentions. Have a wonderful day! We will keep updating as Sawyer progresses in his treatment.
Until next time!
Jen, Jeremy, Sawyer, and Calvin
4/1/2019 02:53:36 pm
Go Sawyer! 💕
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We are Jeremy and Jennifer Hunter, the loving parents of Sawyer and Calvin(Sawyer's little brother). We firmly believe that it family always comes first and would like to keep everyone updated through this site and this blog on the treatment and care of Sawyer during his fight against Neuroblastoma.