The word for day is Daratumumab (pronounced dah-rah-TOO-moo-mab, in case you want to work it into conversation). The many kind remarks are truly appreciated, and I thank you all. \ Here is what'a up. Just before last Christmas, I had a bone marrow biopsy, which found that I have multiple myeloma, an incurable but quite treatable form of bone marrow cancer. As mammy of you will know, the future of cancer therapy lies very much in the direction of immune system therapy, and the good news for people like me is that there is a quite new Swedish breakthrough called 'as you have guessed, Daratumumab. The clinical trials were going so well that the FDA put it on fast track to market, and I benefit. One 6 to 8 hour infusion a week. And they continue to use the previous treatment of choice, Thalidomide (of all things), a daily dose of that as chemo. (I had to sign a pledge that I am not pregnant.) My oncologist says that when one gets myeloma at my age (that would be 81), the odds are pretty good that something else will get me first. Thalidomide (trade name Revlimid) has many side effects other than terrible one for which it is famous, and I am suffering from low energy and, most annoyingly, blurred vision. But I shall continue to look in here regularly, and respond from time time to time, and I wish you all well. Yeah, even those guys.