C.J.'s mother, Kathy Sutphin, looks over papers outlining a new, experimental chemotherapy drug doctors would like to start C.J. on while C.J.'s grandfather, Arthur Sutphin waits. Because of the spiraling, intertwining nature of C.J.'s tumors, they are entirely inoperable. C.J. has been on several different chemotherapy drugs over the years, and while some have slowed the tumors' growth, none have ever shrunk them. This new drug, Tarceva, would allow Kathy to administer the drug to C.J. at home. Every drug seems to be the last resort, Kathy says.