Frank is back in the hospital as of yesterday. He started Tuesday feeling sick, with a fever and thick secretions, and they weren't able to keep his oxygen numbers up. They were advised to go back to the hospital to identify the source of the infection. So far, the x-rays have not revealed pneumonia, but they haven't ruled it out. They put Frank on antibiotics ... It is a setback, because Frank was due to start the swallow therapy again yesterday to get him on the road to eating again, and now they have to consider how to deal with his eating situation because he can not keep the NG tube in for too much longer. They are going to be consulting with a GI doctor there today about a PEG, which they have been very hesitant to do because of it being another invasive surgery, and also because of the way another GI surgeon had portrayed it to them earlier in the hospital stay, not very confident that it would work well for Frank. This morning, Frank is feeling much better, and they are not getting a lot when they suction, and Frank had a good night, was able to sleep, all of which is good news!