The Pink, One-Piece Wrap Style 1 ( Pink Stripe) Size – Small – Medium – Large Length (neck to base of tail) – 10 inches – 14 inches – 20 inches Width (without side tabs) – 9 inches – 12 inches – 18 inches The instructions are given for the smallest size. Materials Chunky Yarn â€“ 2 (3,6) ounces Size 9 straight needles, (5 Â½ mm) or size required for gauge One 4inch stitch holder Crochet Hook Hook and Loop fastener such as Velcro Straight pins, needle and matching thread Gauge 7 stitches and 11 rows = 2 inches Pattern Cast on 16 (22, 42) stitches Row 1: (Wrong Side) Purl 1 Knit 1, (P1, K 1) ribbing. Row 2: (Right Side) Increase 1stitch in the first stitch, (knit in front and back of the stitch) and P1 K one to the last stitch. Repeat rows 1 and 2 until there are 43 (57, 80) stitches on the needle. K1, P1, evenly until work measures the required length from neck to base of tail. Dividing Row: K1, P1 14 (18, 25) stitches and place these on the stitch holder. Bind off the next 15 (21, 30) stitches for neck opening. These 14 (18, 25) stitches will form the first shoulder. Knit or Purl the last 2 stitches together as per pattern. Continue in pattern until shoulder measures about 2 (3, 4 ) inches from the bound off stitches at the neck edge. Half way between the last increase row and the neck edge mark off the center 2 (4, 6) inches. Work in rib pattern until work measures about 2 (3, 5) inches from the bound off stitches at the neck edge. Row 1: K or P 2 together, pattern to the end of the row. With right side facing pick up and K 11(19, 29) stitches along the center marked edge. With Right side facing pattern to the last 2 stitches K2 together. Repeat these 2 rows until 4 (7, 15) stitches remain. Second Shoulder Slip stitches from the stitch holder onto needle with right side facing. Row 2: Pattern to the last 2 stitches, K or P2 together. Work in K1, P1 pattern until tab measures 2, (2, 4) inches from the side edge. C10403 is an aggressive and complex treatment regimen for adolescents and young adults (AYA) with ALL. The C10403 regimen is similar to treatment regimens given to pediatric patients (less than 18 y.o.) and is usually considered more aggressive than regimens given to adults (40 years or older). The entire C10403 chemotherapy regimen consists of 5 different treatment courses: induction (this page), consolidation, interim maintenance, delayed intensification, and maintenance. Each of the medications in C10403 are designed to target and kill acute lymphoblastic leukemia cells in the blood, bone marrow, or wherever else they may happen to be. Goals of therapy: C10403 induction is given to eliminate the majority of leukemia cells from the blood and bone marrow. Following induction, the remaining treatment courses are given to eliminate any remaining leukemia cells and maintain remission from the leukemia. The C10403 protocol is commonly given with the goal of cure. Click here for the common C10403 induction starting doses A bone marrow biopsy is typically performed on Day 29, after completion of induction treatment.
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