My 15 month old daughter Beatrice is stage 4 intermediate risk. After 7 cycles of chemo, which she responded well to, she had her debulking surgery in August where they were able to get about 80% of what remained of her tumour out. Pathology showed that there was still microscopic activity, so we did the 8th cycle of chemo. Now her oncologist wants us to consider Accutane. It's not part of her protocol, and given that her n-myc is not amplified, theoretically, I don't see how Accutane is supposed to help... I don't want to put her through more treatment than necessary, but I also don't want to feel like I didn't do everything possible. But like I told my husband, this is why scientists determine protocols, and not mommy and daddy. Anybody have any thoughts? I appreciate any insight.