Painful waiting game in family’s quest to save a leg Marathon victim, family lean on each other ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bill Greene/Globe Staff Jen Regan, fiancee of Marathon bomb victim Marc Fucarile, stroked his forehead at Massachusetts General Hospital. Bill Greene/Globe Staff BBs show up in an X-ray of Fucarile, who lost his right leg in the bombing and severely damaged the left leg. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Fucarile's grandmother, Mabel Callahan, visited him in the hospital. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Members of Fucarile's family were anxious after Dr. Jeremy Goverman emerged from the operating room following Marc's latest of numerous surgeries. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc Fucarile is the lone bombing victim still at Massachusetts General Hospital. Bill Greene/Globe Staff A bulletin board shows messages of support and well wishes for Fucarile. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Fucarile, who has had seven operations, took pain medication in his hospital bed. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Fucarile's older brother, Eddie Fucarile, sister Stephanie Baron, and fiance Jen Regan talked to a doctor. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Ed Fucarile, Marc's father, stood in the doorway of Marc's hospital room.