Wow, crazy times indeed. I hope you all are coping all right. In a way it feels like we (caregivers and patients) are freaking out LESS than the rest of the population, although we are the ones who actually have something to worry about. It's funny, I feel like the worst thing has already happened so there's not much that can really phase me anymore
Yesterday the Danish government announced that they are closing the borders today at noon. They are also urging all Danes to come home ASAP. For a second there I thought I might be denied entry, because technically I'm Swedish (after my mother) although I was born and raised in Denmark. But luckily you get to come home if you live or work in Denmark. Jesper wants to stay here till our planned return on Tuesday, so he gets all his scheduled oxygen treatment. It helps him a lot with chemo side effects so I don't blame him! I think we'll just take it day by day.
Stay safe everyone! And best wishes to you and your husband, Siti. Looking forward to your update <3
Boyfriend 28yo dx February 2019, CEA 70,480
Stage 4 CRC with multiple mets to liver & lungs
KRAS, NRAS, BRAF wild type, MSS
12x FOLFIRI + Vectibix
September 2019 CEA 210, 60% reduction in size, chemo break!