- Bad news: the neurosurgeon that we spoke to said, "In my 30 years of neurosurgery, I have never touched this area of the brain. It's just too risky." So basically I would have to have very serious side effects of having something there before they would even go in an look at it.
- Good news: it has not grown between the time we saw it last and now. If it was cancerous, it would have grown and been the source of numerous problems (double vision, serious headaches, and cognitive disfunction which is code for trouble using my brain at all.)
Tomorrow is the big day for everything then. I'll have my first Tysabri injection in the morning and in the afternoon I'll do the PET scan. I'm a little nervous but I think it's the right thing to do. Hope all goes well.