Dr D advised us to remain cautious though. As this type of cancer tends to creep up in other bones. As well, myeloma can be "patchy" in bone marrow, not appearing in portion they tested but being in another area of marrow. So the husband will continue with follow up labs/tests to keep an eye out for anything suspicious. Appointment made for March for follow up.
Monday, we will get the appointment to meet back with Dr. Nguyen, the radiation oncologist, to get the husband's radiation started. They will zap his tumor into submission. :) I told the husband I'd ask Dr. Nguyen if it would help to zap the husband with the hotshot between treatments for added effectiveness. Hehe
We want to thank everyone for their prayers and positive vibes. We are blessed.