Wednesday, March 12, 2008


Well, the news is GOOD!!!!!

The test came back that the marker was "not amplified" which means that it was not aggressive.


The bottom line after all this is that we need to have chest ct's done every three months for the next two years. He said that while there is only a 10-15% chance that it will come back at all, even if it does, it probably will not spread anywhere else.

They will closely monitor her for at least 6 months but with each passing month without recurrence, we are one step closer to her being cured.

We could not have received better news.

Those who know me know that I am a very privately religious person. I can, however, say that I am sure that the only reason we are here today with this outcome is because of the thousands of people we know were praying for our little girl. I have said this many times over the past 13 days but we are more thankful than we can ever say.

What a whirlwind!

Oh, because I am also a proud mama, I thought I would attach this Easter picture of the kids that I had taken on Sunday. Here they are!


Lori said...

Amen. Praise God.

polkadotwitch said...

how wonderful! i'm so happy for you. and that picture goes so well with this incredible news. beautiful!

Rhonda said...

Outstanding news. In celebration, I'm going to eat some taco bell. ;)

Anonymous said...

Kristi and Jon...we are so happy for your great news! Yippie!!!!!!!!

From All the Peters

Kimberly said...

Kristi, I am so thrilled for all of you! That is the best news!!! :o)

Anonymous said...

We are so happy (and relieved) for the good news!! Time to celebrate!
The Delaney's

Will's Dad said...

That is truly incredible news and I am so very happy to hear it.

Vicki G. said...

Thank you Lord!

Dad 2 eight said...

There really are no words that can express our thankfulness and joy at the work done by the Lord through the instruments of His prayerful people and the skill of the surgeons, physicians and staff at Medical City in Dallas. Little Eva is a trooper ...tenacious...and tough. In other words, much like her namesake. She is a true Dozier woman.

Alex said...

So happy to hear such wonderful news. What a great photo of the kiddies. Jack looks SO grown-up!

Laura said...

Sometimes you have to say Amen from the mountain-tops. I am so happy for your family.

Janell said...

Kristi, I was so thankful to hear this news. Have been prayin and checking here everynight. Love you

strawberryfields4ever said...

That is the best thing I have heard in ages! I am so happy that you all do not have to face all of the difficulties of chemo. God is Good!

Nellhere said...

Oh, and I love the picture.

Anonymous said...

Amen to the power of prayer! Wonderful news! My cousin is currently going thru chemo and I couldn't imagine a little 16 mo. old enduring that. GREAT Easter pic!
The Montgomerys from SJES

Flession said...


I'm seriously glad everything had worked out for you guys. I'm glad Vanessa's and my own prayers helped fuel the fire that was needed to reach to this point. I'm glad my darling niece will end up being fine after a little while.

You have no idea how tempted I was to head down there myself and give you support.


I was doing research and trying to budgeting myself on how I could manage such a thing if I were to go. Unfortunately, everything ended up me being in the deep red, so at least I can send my love and support here. I don't know if you're going to be there next Sunday, but I do hope to see you soon.



karen said...

Kristi, Jon, Jack and Eva,

We are so proud of you. You showed us how strength, courage, faith, hope and love can carry us through the most trying times. We love you all!

The almost North Carolina Doziers. (only 2 days left)


pepektheassassin said...

Great news! Beautiful children!

Maria said...

I am so happy for you! What wonderful news. The power of positive thinking is unbelievably strong!

And what a gorgeous picture! Thanks for sharing. You can never be too proud when it comes to photos of your kids!