Today was a promising day. We had the opportunity to meet with Dr. Hentschel who is the Head of Neurosurgery in Victoria. When it comes right down to it, he will be the guy with the knife in his hand when the time comes to slice me open. He left us with very good impression, instilling confidence while taking the time to answer our questions. Dr. Hentschel was the first to admit that the CT scan is basic in nature and that he cannot give any specifics – that will be provided by the MRI and further by the biopsy. In his opinion, there is a chance that the tumour is of the slower growing variety, which is good news. Our research would indicate that something that has been growing at a slower rate will be easier to treat and be easier to manage long term. Our MRI is scheduled for Friday and that should be our next chance to see what we’re facing.