We headed to the UA Cancer Center to begin the next treatment cycle. Again, we were confronted with the insanity of insurance. GEHA had approved the Navelbine, but not the Cisplatin. Dr. Livingston’s nurse came to talk to us and said that they will get the Cisplatin approved, but not today. They suggested Theresa go forward with the Navelbine and we would begin Cisplatin on the 25th.
As the infusion was winding down, she could feel a pain where the cancer was in the breast and also along her back. We chose to believe it was the Navelbine beating the hell out of the tumor in the breast!