Let's further examine this blood clot thing. See that white arrow pointing to the dark glob inside the white glob? That's what they have going on. You don't want to have dark globs inside white globs. It usually means there will be lots of needles in your future, as we have discovered. But if you do happen to discover dark globs on your CT scan, you'll want to be sure you have a family member who also plans to have dark globs. It's like getting cancer together, only funner.
Really, the good news outweighs the bad on this one. As long as these blood thinning injections do their job, the blood clots probably wont become a huge issue. That's the hope at least. Cancer is getting it's butt kicked, and that's the most important thing. Dad goes in for treatment #4 on Thursday. Here's to taking out the enemy.