[To Bruce and Tony]
Okay, so to keep with the full disclosure:
I had Jane (and Thor ..holy crap, he's huge! Why did no one warn me? Bruce, I'm looking at you!) here last weekend for the nanobot procedure.
The first few days, she slept a lot, which is good. Tony, I know that you kept telling me that there was no chance of rejection since the immunotherapy is specific to her DNA makeup, but I still wanted to monitor it so I kept her here for a few more days. Everything is looking great. She's still obviously pretty sick, and I don't see that changing for a few months.
I'm glad we went with the slower dosage type bots, because that gives her body time to adapt and whatever magical elixir thing she got has really helped stabilize her.
I still want to do weekly check-ins for the next month, and taper down to bi-weekly, and eventually monthly. I don't know that she should do anything overly exerting and we're going to have to start with some physiotherapy, build up the muscles that she's lost over time, but I think we can handle that using private resources.
It's been fun working with you both, and Bruce, I'll drop off the on-call phone later today. Your turn :D