It's like Big Brother with you. I'll have to check that my phone isn't tapped.
The treatment went well and the nurses were fanastic. I left a smile on their faces.
I'm at home for a week and must avoid people to reduce the risk of picking up infections. So I'd be grateful if you didn't pop round with any more homemade cakes.
My plan is to visit the site and post any interesting stuff I hear / see. But I've made my treatment decision based, to some extent, on experiences posted on this site. If Campath gives me a couple of disease free years then the investment was worth it. And in a few years time, who knows what will be available.
But I failed in two of my missions - to get Mr Z to post some good news on Tysabri and to cheer Robbie up.
Don't forget to PM me your address so I can send you some chocolates GWA. They probably won't get to you until after Christmas. We can still say that in the UK despite the efforts of some authorities to change it to 'Winterval'. Christmas trees, Christmas pudding and Christmas carols sound so much better than Holiday trees, Holiday pudding and Holiday carols. But we celebrated Christmas 1,500 years ago when Canterbury Cathedral was started (and where I had my graduation ceremony) and we like our traditions. I'd have thought that Americans and Canadians would have had more backbone!
PS Rumours that I was being questioned by the secret services about the poisoning of a Russian spy in London and not in Cambridge having Campath are simply not true.