Hello Shelly and Joann,
Yes, that's what I had been told however, As of Sept. Will's meld was a 9.7 which is low but, I want to say I was told he could not be sick when the transplant takes place because of the risk factors. He goes back 4/3 @ 4/4 for more testing so I will get my ducks in a row before then. If I could I would have done it long time ago but, I am anemic, and I've had history of uteran cancer which is gone now ! I have done some research on this just forgot where I went but, If his dad is getting in shape for testing himself I'm sure he and his wife have checked it out.
Thanks so much for the replies.
I can honestly say how fortunate I am to have had a friend like my Dolly, she was a blessing on earth and now my Angel in heaven! I so wish we could have had a little more time. She was a single mom of a 13 yr. old son, Loyal and true friend, Hospice nurse. She was know for her laugh and you couldn't help but to laugh along it was very infectious! She has definately left me with a special memory, as she was giving me a big bear hugg and smooch and her last words to me were I LUV YA GAL! I still get choked up thinking about it! To all of you my friends! Your in my thoughts and prayers!
Huggs and Smooches!