On Sunday, October 12, Geoff was found unresponsive at his home in Mountain View. Due to prolonged oxygen deprivation, he arrived at El Camino Hospital with multiple organ failure. Since his arrival, he has remained in a coma and relies on life support. Over the last few days, Geoff's lungs, liver and kidneys have been improving steadily. However, the lack of oxygen resulted in swelling and potential brain damage. Yesterday's MRI revealed that the swelling is still present, and the most significant areas of concern reside within the white matter related to motor function.
The blood work from this morning confirmed that his vital signs are getting stronger and his lungs, liver and kidneys are on the right track. We are currently awaiting the results of his latest CT scan.
Keep sending positive energy, thoughts and prayers.
We believe in miracles!