Update: it has been a very long day but it has been good news overall. They removed the ovary and looking at it it looks normal. They will do further testing to confirm but for the most part they feel there is no abnormality there. Bone marrow results should be in by Friday, but again they are not too concerned because the lumbar results have come back negative. Port is in place but she has developed pneumothorax. This caused her to stay in PACU until 4:00 for monitoring. The doc was not sure if it would be necessary to have to use a chest tube or not. She is on 02 which seems to be helping her slowly so they are going to continue to monitor with 02 and do a chest X-ray in the morning to see if there is any progress. Tomorrow is another long day starting around 5:45am for radiation. She will first have a MRI, then planning of radiation and then finally radiation. In all it can take anywhere from 4-7 hours. But most importantly she tolerated everything like trooper as always. She is very sleepy and sore. Hopefully we can get through tomorrow without any hiccups and be on our way home by Friday. It it were up to her she would be out of here tomorrow but I think with two long days and 4 procedure one more day could only help. Thank you for your prayers. As always we could not do this without all of your support, thought and prayers!! Hope, Faith and Encouragement!