We’ve had no internet connection at Shrewsbury so the blog’s late; sorry! Daisy has done incredibly well again an has had a lovely time with a little girl called Olivia who is 5 and remarkably similar to Daisy. They have played games and turned our room into a cinema complete with popcorn and ice cream. The treatment is so aggressive and takes its toll so the distraction has been brilliant for them both. We are totally blown away by the facilities at the hospital; a huge, quiet room with lots of natural light and everything in it you could possibly imagine, our own bathroom (small and large person sinks) and the utter luxury of having my own bed was short lived as Daisy said it was just like hers and ‘could we swap?’. The care has been superb, the staff treat us as though there’s nothing else to do except sort us out and there is now hope that treatment will be done by May which means our first ‘all clear’ scan could be August. Next milestone is MRI on the 9th which will determine whether the first two blocks have shrunk the tumour enough for surgery.