Sherryl is still in the hospital, but she is alert and has a good appetite. She was given a sleeping pill the first night of her hospitalization and has not needed one since then in order to sleep well. While she is experiencing bloating, her pain level is 0 on a scale 0 (none) to 10 (excruciating).
Sherryl's doctor told her today that the abdominal pain may not be from the antibiotic prescribed a few weeks ago. It could instead be yet another side effect of chemotherapy. A more definitive origin of these symptoms are pending tests results. Specific treatment and a discharge date are pending the outcome of those results. Sherryl was assured again today that the abdominal pain she has experienced is not cancer-related.
As for the reactions of doctors and nurses to The White Board, Sherryl reports that one of the nurses loved it and said it was the best thing she'd seen in a long time. The oncologist who visited Sherryl today liked it, too. He stood at the board, wondered aloud which of the characters he is, and then circled Happy as he exited her room. It's good to have a happy doctor.